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ORACLE 



1963 




Published by the Senior Class 

Randolph High School 
Randolph, Massachusetts 






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Neither snow, nor sleet 
keep us from running. 



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Bob Powers, our State Champion in both 
cross-country and the mile run, with a 
record-breaking time of 4 minutes and 
24.7 seconds. 




Robert takes a picture for our 



Along with school work, we 
have hod many good times at 
Randolph High School. The clubs, 
sports, dances and other activi- 
ties have enlivened our four years 
at R.H.S. 

Four years ago. Buddy Hart 
played his first football game. 
Bob Powers ran his first race, 
Mike Gabardi's friendly smile 
started him on the road to Sen- 
ior Class President, Don Saidel 
began to exhibit, scholastic ex- 
cellence. We are leaving high 
school now and as adults, we will 
succeed, inspired by our exper- 
iences at R.H.S. 




Still excited, members of the Miss Oracle court, chatter about their happy 
evening. 



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Freshmen find that science provides 
much informative reading. 



Modern methods and equipment, and excellent teachers make 
Randolph High School the fine school that it is. Each year mem- 
bers of the graduating class attain goals, they set for them- 
selves as freshmen, . . . scholarships and awards, college and 
job acceptances, . . . sources of pride for the individuals and 
the school. 

As seniors we begin to realize and appreciate the value of 
our education, and the vital role of R.H.S. 






Miss Brewster makes the complexities of composition and 
literature more clear by board work and discussion. 



Members of a sophomore biology class begin dissec- 
tion of a frog. 






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Fun and Education 



Learning to work as members of a team is 
an integral part of our education. Students 
have unlimited chance to join in . . . classes, 
clubs, office work, and athletics provide op- 
portunity for all to function as part of a co- 
operative effort. 

This vital aspect of total education allows 
many interesting, useful hours for the partici- 
pants and results in better future citizens for 
our community. 



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Always reody with a smile, happy to help all who enter the office . . . our 
secretaries, Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Vennik, Mrs. Fleming. 




Our newest faculty member — Miss Skeels interests 
enthusiastic students in basketball skills. 



Members of the Droma Club gather to 
discuss their latest effort with Mr. Vel- 

lante and Miss Kelly. 



Dedicated Ta... 




FRANCIS O'BRIEN 

It is with utmost respect and pride that the Class of 1963 
dedicates the Oracle to Mr. Francis O'Brien, who has inspired 
us both as a teacher and as a coach. Through his efforts, we 
have been kept in contact with, and brought to a greater 
understanding of the problems in our world of fluctuating 
affairs. His sense of fairness and sportsmanship, displayed 
in his classes, is also spread to, and imbued in, the athletes 
he advises in his duties as baseball coach. May the spirit of 
enthusiasm and scholarship brought to us by Mr. O'Brien 
bring him much satisfaction and happiness in his career. 



An Outstonding Educafor . . . 



ORACLE STAFF 



John McCue 

Picture Editor 



PauT Gilgan 

Advertising Manoi 





John Campbell 

Editor-in-Chief 




Kathy Haley 

Business Manac 



FOREWORD 



Arthur Cohen 

Literary Editor 





Bill Brennan 

Ass't Business Manager 



Your four years GfRandolp)i High School are important one 
to you, they represent an opportunity to attain a personal goal, 
nd they serve the entire community by better preparing you to 
live, work, and serve, in our complex society. | 



As you peruse the pages of your ORACLE v^e hope many 
pleasant memories, of ihe classes, friends, activities, and facul- 
ty, symbolic of your hiyTTTCthool education will be aroused. 




With Deep Appreciation . . . 




WE HONOR 



. . . Mr. Gilgan, our Principal, who hos helped us all, through our 
years at Randolph High, by striving to insure that our school may 
provide us the best possible education. We especially appreciated 
his friendly smile, understanding attitude, and quick sense of 
humor, which brightened our days. Without him we could not hove 
completed our book. 




Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan 



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CONTENTS 



CLASSES 
Page 12 




CURRICULUM 
Page 68 






ACTIVITIES 
Page 86 



ADVERTISEMENTS 
Page 140 



Although everyone is a member of 
a class, he is port of a more 
important whole — the school. 

This spirit of unity is 
exemplified in his achievements, 

activities, honors, and adventures 




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mdSeS . . . 




Sen/or Officers 

Govern and Guide 

Class Activities 



Miss Brennan 

Senior Class 
Advisor 



Dianne Hayward 

Treasurer 





Beth Horrigan 

Secretary 



This year the class of '63 will send out into the world a 
group of well-rounded citizens who have succeeded both 
academically and athletically. 

We have sent many athletes to state competition in base- 
ball and track. Our scholastic abilities have been shown by 
the membership in the National Honor Society. This class 
will prove to be a source of pride and honor to Randolph. 



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Fellow Graduates . . . 



Fellow graduates of Randolph High School! We have 
traveled a long hard rood these last four years. All of our 
efforts will soon culminate in graduation. Graduation marks 
the beginning of a new and wonderful world. It marks the 
lime we must put to use all of the knowledge that we have 
ocquired. 

Now we ore sent out into this great world to chart a 
course of life. All of us shall set out to fulfill our fondest 
dreams. We have received all the necessary tools to reach 
our goals, but along with these tools must go work and 
sacrifice. 

If we wish to succeed, we must be willing to sacrifice. 
Although we are confronted with the chance to relax and 
waste time, we must be willing to put this idle time to work. 
For the little sacrificing that is called for now, will pay for 
itself many times over in the near future. 

As we pass through the front doors of Randolph High 
School, for the last time as a student, we feel that we are 
copoble of handling any obstacle that may arise. For, in 
our four years as students, we feel that the faculty has done 
a conscientious job in preparing us. But we, the Class of '63, 
have one thing to remember — "No one knows what he can 
do until he tries." 

As your president, I extend to you my wishes for o very 
successful future. 



Michael Gabardi 
President 





NANCY A. ADAMS 

Nan 
The sweet magic of o cheerful 
face. — Holmes 




RICHARD T. ANTONINO 

Richie 

He alone has lost the art to live 
who cannot win new friends. — 
Mitchell 





ELAINE C. AUSTIN 

Elaine 

Whatever is worth doing is worth 

doing well. — Chesterfield 



Each day brings 




JEAN BEATTY 

Jeanie 
Seriousness and merriment ore near 
neighbors. — Brown 





JOSEPH S. BALEWICZ 

Joe 

Friendship is the gift of the gods, 
ond the most precious boon to 
mon. — Chesterfield 





Start of another day at Randolph High. 



ELAINE S. BEDARD 

Elaine 
Happy am I, from care I'm free! 
Why aren't they all contented like 
me? — Hey wood 



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LOUIS BIELINKI 

Lours 

Loyalty is the holiest good in the 
human heart. — Seneca 




PHILIP T. BLAINE 

Phil 

The mind ought sometimes to be 
diverted, that it may return the 
better to thinking. — Phaedrus 



new experiences 




RUTH M. BLAKELY 

Ruthie 

A good laugh is sunshine in a 
house. — Thackery 





HERBERT E. BLANCHARD 

Herb 

To climb a steep hill requires a 
slow pace at first. — Shakespeare 



ALAN BRINTON 

Alan 

A gentleman makes no noise. — 
Emerson 





WILLIAM P. BRENNAN 

Golfball 
In the life of a young man the 
most essential thing for happiness 
is the gift of friendship. — Sir Wil- 
liam Oliver 




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SUSAN M. BROWN 




JACQUELINE M. BURKE 



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The daily mix-vip before school. 



STEPHEN B. CALISH 
Steve 



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MARIE F. CALLAHAN 

Candy 

A iuna hec^ IS a fountain of 
>ortn e» . moiung e very th ii m in 
its vicinity to f ig^>en and smite. — 




JOHN H. CAMPBELL 



We leave old 




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JOHN D. CANAVAN 

Where mere s = - —ere s o way. 
— Engfi^ pro^e-r 




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JUDITH A. CASAGRANDE 

Judy 

In order to do great things, one 
must be enthusiastic. — Rouvroy 



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DONALD O. CLEMENTS 

Don 

No legacy is so rich as honesty. 
— Shakespeare 






VIRGINIA A. CHASE 

Chase 

Laugh and the world laughs with 
you. — Milman 



friends for new . . . 





RICHARD W. CONNORS 

Rick 

Strong reasons make strong ac- 
tions. — Shakespeare 



PATRICIA L. COLARUSSO 

Pat 

A ray of sunshine reaching far 
and wide. — Anonymous 



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ARTHUR S. COHEN 

Art 

The wise carry their knowledge as 
they do their watches, not for dis- 
play, but for their own use. — 
Brown 





SANDRA CONRAD 

Sandy 

In Faith . . . you have a merry 
heart. — Shakespeare 



DOROTHY R. COTE 

Dott/e 

Patience is the best remedy tor 
every trouble. — Anonymous 





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JEAN H. CRISTOFERI 

Jean 

Take life too seriously, and what is 
it worth? — Goethe 



ANN E. COUGHLIN 

Ann 

A sweet expression is the highest 
form of female loveliness. — Anony- 
mous 






WILLIAM E. COTTLE 

Bill 

Silence and reserve suggest hidden 
power. What some men think has 
more effect than what others say. 
— Chesterfield 



Now we look 




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STEPHANIE E. CURRO 

Steve 
A grace that won who saw to wish 
her stay. — Milton 



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LAURALEE F. CURTIS 

Thumper 

Let Friendship creep gently to a 
height; if it rush to it, it soon may 
run Itself out of breath. — Fuller 




JUDITH A. CUTTING 

Judy 

It is not how much we have, but 
how much we enjoy, that makes 
happiness. — Spurgeon 




to our careers . . . 



GEORGE W. DALIANIS 

Greek 
I live one day at a time. — Anony- 





LOUISE M. DANIELI 

Louise 

Before we set our hearts too much 
upon anything, let us examine how 
happy they are who already possess 
it. — Rochefoucald 




KEITH M. DAVID 

Keith 

A man is a worker. If he is not 
that, he is nothing. — Conrad 



Mr. Bourgeois' classes. 



CAROL L. DAVISON 

Carol 

The ease of her heart her every 
look conveys. — Crabbe 




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BARRY W. DEANE 

Barry 

I am the captain of my soul . . . 
yet I think I had more fun when I 
was a cabin boy. — Prescott 



FRANCES M. DOLAN 

Cookie 

An acre of p>erformance is worth 
the whole wold of promise — Howell 





Gee, that food looks good, doesn't it, Sandy? 




MARY C. DOLAN 

Mary 

A merry heart goes all the day. — 
Shakespeore 



Rushf rush, rush!- 




MICHAEL N. DOMBROWSKI 

Mike 

For man is mon and master of his 
fate. — Tennyson 





JUDITH A. DRUMMEY 

Judy 

I expect to pass through this world 
but once, any good thing therefore 
that I could do or kindness that I 
can show my fellow creature, let 
me do it now. — Anonymous 

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LINDA B. DONNELLY 

Mandy 

To live as fully, as completely os 
possible, to be happy, is the true 
aim and end of life. — Powys 




-but still fun 



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KATHLEEN M. FARRELL 

Kay 

It's good to be merry and wise, it's 
good to be honest ond true. — 
Burns 





WALTER C. DUFFY 

Chick 

Simplicity of character is the na- 
tural result of profound thought. 
— Hazlitt 





SANDRA B. EVES 

Sandy 

Learning and laughing and warm- 
hearted beauty. — Shapiro 



MARY JO FAHEY 

Jo 

She said little, but to the purpose. 
— Byron 





MIRIAM E. FAVREAU 

Mim 

How for that little candle throws 
its beam. — Anonymous 



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MARLENE L. FINK£L 

Marlene 

A daughter of the gods, divinely 
tall, and most divinely foir. — Ten- 
nyson 




LESLIE G. FISHMAN 

Les 

Our affections are our life. — We 
live by them; they supply our 
warmth. — Channing 




HELEN C. FITZGERALD 

Helen 

The best of healers is good cheer. 
— Pindar 




ROBERT J, FITZPATRICK 

Fritz 

Not bold, not shy, not tall, but a 
happy mingling of them all. — 
Anonymous 



Long, hard 




MICHAEL F. FLEMING 

Mickey 
The only reward of virtue is virtue, 
the only way to hove a friend is 
to be one. — Emerson 




WILLIAM F. FLYNN 

Bill 

A merry heart that laughs at care. 
— Milman 




SUSAN J. FOX 

Sue 

She is pretty to walk with, And 
witty to talk with. And pleasant 
too, to think on. — Suckling 





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DONALD R. FRANKE 

Don 

An inexhaustible good nature is one 
of the most precious gifts of na- 
ture. — Suckling 



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ELLEN L. FRASER 

Ellen 

In fellowship well could she laugh 
and talk. — Chaucer 




SANDRA L. FRASER 

Sandy 

Manner, not gold, is woman's best 
adornment. — Menander 



hours of study 




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THOMAS D. FUCILE 

Tommy 

Let each man have the wit to go 
his own way. — Propertius 






MICHAEL T. GABARDI 

Meatball 

A friend may well be reckoned 
the masterpiece of nature. — Emer- 
son 



ELAINE T. GARDNER 

Elaine 

Without music, life would be o 
mistake. — Nietszhe 



SHEILA C. GAYNOR 

Sheila 

Those make friends who do friend- 
ly acts. — Grecian 







MERYL R. GELLER 

hAeryl 

So of cheerfulness, or a good tem- 
per, the more of it is spent, the 
more of it remains. — Emerson 





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RICHARDA. GIANNINI 

Richie 

I find that nonsense at times is 
singularly refreshing. — Anonymous 



PATRICIA L. GILBERT 

Pat 

Peace is the fairest form of happi- 
ness. — Channing 





Mennbers of the Oracle Staff look up to see the 
bus coming to take them to the train to New 
York. 




PAUL R. GILGAN 

Cracker 

Good sense, disciplined by exp>eri- 
ence and inspired by goodness, is- 
sues in practical wisdom. — Anony- 
mous 



JOYCE T. GILLIS 

Gill 

Heart on her lips, and soul within 
her eyes. Soft as her clime, ond 
sunny as her skies. — Byron 




Extracurriculor 
learning 



JANICE J. GOLDBERG 
Jan 

There is no duty we underrate so 
much as the duty of being happy. 
— Stevenson 

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RICHARD A. GOLDMAN 

Richie 

Everything yields to diligence. — 
Antiphone 






CAROL A. GOODMAN 

Carol 

There's no wisdom like frankness. 
— Disraeli 





activities made 
enjoyable . . . 



PAULA E. GREENBERG 

Paul 
A good character is for remem- 
brance. — Ploh-Hotep 



SANDRA F. GOODMAN 

Sandee 

Taste depends upon the finer emo- 
tions, which make the organization 
of the soul. — Reynolds 






FRANCIS J. HART 

Buddy 

Life's o pleosont institution, let's 
take it OS it comes. — Gilbert 



LISABETH L. HARRIGAN 

Beth 

Music is the universal language of 
mankind — poetry their universal 
pastime and delight — Autie-Mer 

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KATHLEEN M. HALEY 

Kathy 

She that was ever foir and never 
proud, Hod tongue at will, ond yet 
wos never loud. — Shakespeare 





BRUCE E. HATCH 

Bruce 
Wherever there is a human being 
there is a chance for kindness. — 
Seneca 



DIANNE E. HAYWARD 

Dianne 
Those that ore faithful, eoger, and 
willing cannot help but make a 
success out of life. — Anonymous 







JAhrtT M. HERNANDEZ 




Little One 




A worthier woman who can find. — 


NANCY E. HILL 


Proverbs 


Nancy 




They are never alone that ore oc- 
componied with noble thoughts. — 
Sidney 








GRACE L. HENDRICKSON 

Grace 

In quietness and confidence shall 
be your strength. — Isaiah 



Spirit plays an 




Rack up another sale for the Banner. 



DeWAYNE F. HOAGLAN 

Butch 

Toke the World os it is, not as It 
ought to be. — Anonymous 



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BARBARA L. HOFFMAN 

Babs 

A smile is the lighting system of 
the face and the heating system of 
the heart. — Anonymous 




CAROL A. HULL 

Carol 

In her tongue are the laws of 
kl ndness. — Proverbs 




important part 



SANDRA M. HUTTON 

Sandie 

There is no beautifier of com- 
plexion, or form, or behavior, like 
the wish to scatter joy and not 
pain around us. — Virgil 





JEAN M. JACOBSON 

Jean 

She hath a will and knows the 
way. — Browning 




ANNE K. JASIE 

Anne 

Fair was she, that maid of seven- 
teen summers. — Anonymous 



FRED M. JOHNSON 

Mike 
A little nonsense, now and then, 
is relished by the wisest men. — 
Anonymous 




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ELAINE KAMPNER 

Elaine 
I know a maiden fair to see. — 
Longfellow 



DIANE M. JONES 

Diane 
Possess your soul with patience.- 
Dryden 



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ROBERT W. KELLY 

Bob 

Wit makes its own welcome and 
levels all distinctions. — Emerson 



CARL M. KEMP 

Carl 
His time is forever, everywhere 
his place. — Cowley 





GERALDINE A. KNEELAND 

Gerry 

As merry os the day is long. — 
Shokespeare 



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'Hello! — is John home?" 



Seldom a 




JACQUELINE M. KUPEC 

Jackie 

Gentleness is able to accomplish 
what violence cannot. — Anonymous 





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spare m/nufe . . 





JOSEPH V. LAURICELLA 

Joe 

Few things are impossible to dili- 
gence and skill. — Jonson 




HOWARD G. LEE 

Rusty 

Never live in hope or expectation, 
while your arms are folded. — Sim- 
mons 






MARCIA H. LEAVITT 

Lev 

Those move easiest who hove 
learned to dance. — Pope 




CAROL L. LEWANDO 

Carol 
A loving heart is the beginning of 
all knowledge. — Carlyle 



ROSE M. LEONDIKE 

Rose 

A seed of sunshine that con leaven 
our earthly dullness. — Lowell 



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WILLIAM V. LENAHAN 

Bill 
What do we live for if it is not to 
make life less difficult to each 
other. — Eliot 




DAVID C. LOCKWOOD 

Dave 

It is not what he has, or even what 
he does which expressed the worth 
of man, but what he is. — Amiel 




C. DIANE LYTTLE 

Diane 

Her chain of friendship has many 
links. — Morner 




CAROL A. MacDONALD 

Mickey 
A pleasing girl with pleasing mon- 
ners. — Anonymous 



The doors to the 




CHARLOTTE M. MacDONALD 

Charlotte 

The two noblest things which are 
sweetness and light. — Swift 





JEAN M. MacDONALD 

Beanie 

All succeeds with people who are 
sweet and cheerful. — Voltaire 





The big day — Paul gets his diploma from his dad. j 



WILLIAM MacDONALD 

6/7/ 

Independence, like honor, is a rocky 
island without a beach. — Napoleon 



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EDWARD J. MACE 

Ed 

I am a part of all that I have met. 
—Tennyson 




future are open 



JOAN A. MacLEOD 

Joan 

If to her share some female errors 
tall. Look on her face, and you'll 
forget them all. — Pope 



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ARTHUR G. MAGUIRE 

Artie 
Ambition is the germ from which 
all growth of nobleness proceeds. — 
English 






SUSAN E. MAHAN 

Sue 

A light heart lives long. — Shakes- 
peare 




ROBERT J. MAHONEY 

Flash 
Conform and be dull. — Dobie 




ANGELA A. MALFA 

Angle 

Love, sweetness, goodness in her 
power shined so clear. — Milton 




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WARREN L. MANN 

barren 

The world belongs to the enthusiast 
who keeps cool. — McFee 



WILLIAM L. MALOFF 

B;g 

Is not life o hundred times too 
short for us to bore ourselves. — 
Nietshe 





KAREN L. MANSON 

Lu//y 

The hand that hath made you fair 
hath made you good. — Shakespeare 




ELAINE MANGANIELLO 

Little Mag 

Little, but so are pearls. — Anony- 



mous 



Many exciting 



MARILYN A. McAULEY 

Mai 

The secret of life is not to do what 
you like but to like what you do. — 
Anonymous 








JOHN H. McCUE 

John 

Common sense is the knowledge of 
seeing things as they are, and do- 
ing things as they ought to be 
done. — Stowe 



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SANDRA F. MeCAMBLY 

Sandy 

Vim, vigor, viality, pep, poise, and 
personality. — Anonymous 










JOAN E. McLaughlin 

Joan 
Temperate in all things. 



athletic events . . . 



SANDRA L. McPHEE 

Sandy 
She is ever so gentle and sweet. 




ARTHUR J. MELIA, JR. 

Artie 
Wit and humor belong to genius 
alone. — Cervantes 






GEORGE J. MILEWSKI 

George 

Life is not life at all without de- 
light. — Patmore 




PAULINE E. MOORE 

Polly 

Eyes too expressive to be blue, too 
lovely to be gay. — Anonymous 



MARTHAJEAN MONROE 

Queen Martha 
Good humor is the clear blue sky 
of the soul. — Saunders 



PAUL A. MOGAN 

Mog 

There are few occasions when 
ceremony may not be easily dis- 
pensed with, what kindness, never. 
— Ballou 



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ILONA M. MUMLER 
Fum 

A true friend is forever q fr ere. — 
McDorwId 



ANTHONY MURPHY 

The days of our youth are the days 
of our glory. 



GLENDA E. MORAN 
Glen 
For we that live must pleose to 
live. 



Knowledge, being 







CAROL L. MYLLMAKI 




Carol 


KAREN K. MYLLMAKI 


There wos loughter in her eyes 
and spirit in every word. — Royal 


Karen 




Charm is o smile, a pretty look» a 





sweetness in every word. — Palmer 






Driver training stvidents gloot — "They said 
couldn't be done" — "bol ws did it!" 



SUSAN E. NAIN^LAN 
Oh! Sussangtahi 

Her work was earnest, her future 
wos assured. — Anonymous 



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CORA SUE NELSON 

Cora 

Intellect — the starlight of the 
brain. — Willis 



put to use . . . 




FREDERICK W. NORDAHL 

Fred 

The respect of his friends is his 
truest compliment. — Anonymous 




VICTOR A. NORDAHL 

Vic 

As likeable a fellow as ever we 
knew. — Anonymous 





ANN M. NOTARO 

Ann 

From her shall read the perfect 
ways of honor. — Shakespeare 



PAUL R. O'NEIL 

Paul 

None but himself can be his 
para I lei . — Anonymous 





WILLIAM C. O'CONNELL 

Bill 

Nothing can bring you peace but 
yourself. — Emerson 




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DOLORES W. OSTROWSKI 

"D" 

Her words are found as true as 
any bond. — Chaucer 



KENT OSBORNE 

Ozzie 

Be merry and happy oil day 
through. 





Seniors gather to sign yearbooks. 



JEANNE D. PARKER 

Ginger 

The laughter of girls, is, and ever 
was among the delightful sounds 
of earth. — DeQuincy 




ALAN R. PERAKSLIS 

Al 

A man is rich according to what 
he gives not what he has. — Beech- 
er 



Many memories we will 




KENNETH A. PETERSON 

Ken 

Our dignity is not in what we do 
but what we understand. — Santa- 
yana 

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DAVID G. POWERS 

Dave 
Imagination rules the world. — An- 
onymous 




cherish forever . . . 





ROBERT L. POWERS 

Bob 

Imagination rules the world. — 
Anonymous 




DIANE G. REILLY 

Diane 

Born with a sense of laughter.- 
Sabatine 






BARRY J. RACHIN 

Bar 

Music is soid to be the speech of 
the angels. — Carlyle 




NANCY A. ROWE 

Nance 

Sometimes quiet is a unique thing. 
— Seneca 



RONALD A. ROSENBURG 

Ronnie 
Towering in confidence. — Johnson 



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JANICE H. RICHARDSON 

Jan 

Heord melodies are sweet, but 
those unheard are sweeter. — 
Keats 




DONALD R. SAIDEL 

Don 

The true strong and sound mind is 
the mind, that can embroce equal- 
ly great things and small. — John- 
son 






ELLIOT M. SANDLER 

El 

I steer my bark with hope ahead 
and tear astern. — Jetferson 



ROBERT A. ST. GERMAIN 

Bob 

Nothing is impossible to a willing 
heart. — Heywood 



Holidays and vacations, 




MARK S. SARNO 

Mark 

Man is the merriest species of the 
creation; all above and below him 
are serious. — Addison 



JOHN SAWCZUK 

Chuck 

A superior man is modest in his 
speech but exceeds in his actions. 
— Talleyrand 






Paul, Leslie, and Joe help decorate Room 109 
for Christmas. 



LINDA E. SCIBETTA 

Linda 

And seem to walk on wings and 
treod on air. — Pope 

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LOUISE A. SEAVERNS 

Louise 

The crimson glow of modesty o'er- 
spread her cheek, and gave new 
luster to her charms. — Franklin 




ANN M. SHEA 

Ann 

A good heart is better than oil the 
heads in the world. — Lytton 



looked forward fo 




• • 



LOUISE C. SHEVORY 

Louise 

And ne'er did Grecian chisel 
trace a finer girl, a lovelier face. 
— Scott 





LARS A. SKOGLUND 

„ Lars 

Conformity is the death of all 
imagination. — Anonymous 





ALICE M. SMITH 

Princess 
The sunshine of thine eyes. Oh let 
it fall on me! — Lathrop 




MICHAEL D. SOLOMON 

Mike 

Curiosity is the thirst of the soul. 
— Johnson 

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ANDREW G. SOPER 

Andy 

A good jest in time of misfortune, 
is food and drink. — Ware 



LEWIS M. STANLEY 

Stan 

Peace is rarely denied to the 
peaceful. — Schiller 





"The pause that refreshes" — for those who 
think young." 




PATRICIA A. STANLEY 

Pat 

There are a few things that never 
go out of style and a feminine 
woman is one of them.- — Ralston 



College for some. 



ALFREDA E. STOKES 

Freda 

A laugh to be joyous must flow 
from a joyous heart, for without 
kindness there is no true joy^ 
Corlyle 




LARAINE M. STROUL 

Lour; 

If eyes were made for seeing, then 
beauty is it's own excuse for be- 
ing. — Emerson 

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FREDERICK A. SWANSON 

Fred 

The power of thought — the magic 
of the mind. — Anonymous 





MARY H. TALLAFUSS 

f^ary 

Give to the world the best you 
have and the best will come to 
you. — Whittier 



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jobs for of hers . 




LOIS E. TEED 

Lois 

The reward of a thing well done 
is to hove done it. — Emerson 



ROBERT W. WALLACE 

Bob 

Give a man a boat he can sail; 

And his rank and wealth, his 

strength and health 

On sea nor shore shall fail. — 

Thomson 




JEAN M. THAYER 

Jean 

You give but little when you give 
of your possessions. It is when 
you give of yourself that you truly 
give. — Gilbran 




ROBERTA E. THOMPSON 

Bobbi 

Gentle in method, resolute in ac- 
tion. — From the Latin 



PATRICIA J. TOBIN 

P.J. 

No kindly heart unkindly deeds will 
do. — Beecher 



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MAUREEN S. WALSH 

Maureen 

Sincerity and truth are the basis 
of every virtue. — Confucious 



^^^K^i^^^lH^^^K^ ^^B 


^B ^r^ ^^^H 





ELLEN L. WARNICK 

f//en 

Wit be my faculty and pleasure 
my occupation. — Congreve 




BARBARA A. WASSERMAN 

Barb 

Modesty is the beouty of women. 
—Fuller 



. . . All in a//. 




PHYLLIS A. WELLS 

Phyll 

Softly speok and sweetly smile.- 
Addison 





ALAN R. WEINER 

Al 

The will to do. — Scott 




FLORENCE L. WILDING 

Flossie 

Paradise is open to all kind hearts. 
— Beranger 




Don't be nervous, Morlene, — you're only the D.A. 



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DIANE M. WILEY 

W/Zeyburger 

Little friends may prove great 
friends. — Aesop 




RICHARD L. YENOFSKY 

Ricky 

To aim high, to think deep, to 
meet the challenge of every day. 
— Anonymous 



four great years. 



RONALD E. ZACK 

Ron 

Music, sports, a ready grin, he 
seems to moke success begin. 





RICHARD P. ZAPUSTAS 

Zap 

I am persuaded that every time a 
men smiles — but much more so 
when he laughs — it adds some- 
thing to this fragment of life. — 
Sterne 




JOYCE S. ZIMMERMAN 

Joyce 

Style is the dress of thought.- 
Chesterfield 




JOAN F. ZIRNGIEBEL 

Joon 

She had a head to contrive, a ton- 
gue to persuade, and o hand to 
execute any mischief. — Hyde 

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YOU 
DON'T 
SAY! 





More Than 

Side-Splitting 

Pictures And 

Hilarious Captions 

^j6 big pages 

A STAt-SIUDOlO OAUIIY 

OF FAMOUS FACfS 

AND FKANKIT 

FSIVOIOUS PHIASCSI 



MOST TALKATIVE 

Barbara Hoffman and 
Stephen Calish 



FRIENDLIEST 

William Cottle and 
llona Mumler 




MOST ATHLETIC 

Froncis Hart and 
Ellen Fraser 



R.H.S. cover personalities 



BEST ALL-AROUND 

Michael Fleming and 
Anne Jasie 



MOST MUSICAL 

Elliot Sandler and 
Elaine Gardner 







MOST POPULAR 

Michael Gabordi and 
Sandy McCambly 



St I'lM.KMKNT 





.U-.f..UM.(..l-' 






MOST DEPENDABLE 

John McCue and 
Louise Seaverns 




BEST DRESSED 

Sandra Hutton and 
John Campbell 



in the class of sixty- three 



CLEVEREST 

Arthur Melia and 
Joyce Zimmerman 



U.S. News 

& World Report 



rfituAit It. i«a 



THE CUT IN TAX 
DEDUCTIONS 

What New Plan Would Mtai 




BEST LEADERS 

Michael Gobardi and 
Judy Casagrande 



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MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED 

Donald Saidel and 
Mary Tallafuss 



John Campbell 

Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle 
and President of the Dra- 
matic Club 



Robert Kelly 

President of the Key Club 




Louise Shevory 

Miss Oracle 



They Turn The 



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HONORS 



Michael Gabordi 

President of the Class of 
"63" 




Michael Fleming 

President of the Student 
Council 



Donald Saidel 

President of the Notional 
Honor Society and Editor- 
in-Chief of the Banner 



Wheel of Progress 



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THE JUNIOR CLASS 



The next in line . . . closest to the top . . . 1963 hos 
been o big yeor for you . . . who will deny that the 
Juniors hove mode nomes for themselves in athletics, 
scholastic and personal achievements. 

In a way the Seniors envy you, although there ore 
some bills and exams we are glad to be leaving behind 
us . . . for you the best is to come . . . your own prom, 
yearbook, New York trip ... as the friends who have 
shared the most with us, we leave our place ot the top 
. . . and a special good-bye to some really special people 
. . . the Seniors of 1964. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Diane Hyman, Robert Goss, William 
Francis, Andrea Larson. 




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Row 1, L to R: C. Dibbern, P. Dierie, S. Fisher, P. Doyle, J. Finstein, N. Ferrare, J. Floyd, 
J. Eorle, J. Dooley. Row 2: K. Driscoll, M. DeFeo, E. Dornlas, G. Faring, M. Fix, M. J. 
Fitzsimmons. Row 3: N. Fine, R. Doyle, M. Feidman, E. Ducharme, G. Falcone, J. Diauto. 




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Row 1, L to R: M. Guminski, P. Gallagher, D. Hylen, J. Gaviani, P. Garvey, B. Jalkut, R. 
Kalitsis, N. Flaherty, K. Merger. Row 2: J. Hurley, L. Gallant, L. Hoeg, B. Gore, W. Francis, 
D. Goren, C. Handrahan, B. Gilman. Row 3: D. Heyman, R. Gass, R. Freedman. 



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122 




Row 1, L to R: I. Chapman, L. Beaman, E. Cokely, D. Barnes, P. Cicciu, J. Adanns, M. Botson, 
D. Almon. Row 2: P. Angileri, L. Abert, J. Butler, R. Crowley, V. Cote, P. Creighton, P. 
Brewster, C. Arey, B. Brown. Row 3: P. Clapp, M. Cartwright, W. Campbell, F. Azzarltl, S. 
Burwell. 



165 




Row 1, L to R: N. Fitzgerald, D. Wadon, D. Kemp, F. Eloma, D. Stewart, C. Wells, D. 
Wentzell, D. L'savicus, J. Wescott, M. Curry, B. Wise. Row 2: S. Zoll, F. Weaver, J. Zax, 
H. West, R. Wilson, F. Wilson, M. Vitagliano, J. White, N. Zaccardi. 



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166 



Row 1, L to R: C. O'Brien, M. McLaughlin, J. Perakslis, M. McNeil, K. Bernier, D. Pink, 
J. O'Laughlin, M. McCann, K. Powers, P. Papp, J. Noblin, V. Murphy, B. Peters. Row 2, 
L to R: E. Myllmaki, J. Pfister, S. McCoy, J. O'Brien, C. MacNeil, D. Nelson, R. Prout, R. 
Porter, R. Mugherini, A. Pennington, C. Pocius, E. Melegian. 




167 



Row 1, L to R: J. Tower, A. Tantillo, J. Rubin, J. Shock, D. Rosenburg, P. Swonson, L. 
Stonley, J. Tiews, J. Stewart, A. Sadler, J. Ryan, E. Snapper, J. Queenan. Row 2, L to R: W. 
Silson, J. Swartz, M. Stepner, A. Stokes, T. Turner, G. Ramoska, E. Cummings, J. Speilman, 
S. Soloub. 



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168 




Row 1, L to R: D. Keough, L. Lerro, S. Libermon, A. Lipus, S. Kelly, K. Larson, P. Lebroc- 
quy, L. Murphy, E. London, E. Kurlitis, M. McGrory, S. Keddy. Row 2: J. Leory, P. Lauricella, 
R. Myers^ S. Lane, G. Levitan, J. Marzinzik, A. Larsen, S. Mahoney, M. Mayo, L. Lefton, 
M. Lurie. 



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Row 1, L to R: J. MocAllister, P. Heywood, M. Donohue, J. Shulmon, J. Ryan, E. Cooke, 
I. Merrilles. Row 2: C. Jones Henry, J. Boutin, K. Haskell, A. Koplow, W. Le Vangie, G. 
Ambra. 



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SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



You have already taken Algebra I, and 
Business Math is second nature to you. Many 
of you know all about the governments of the 
world through World History and Civics. Our 
nation's doctors of the future will come from 
your biology classes, and next year will yield 
future chemists. Two years ore behind you' 
It did not take you long to adjust to the rou- 
tine of the senior high school. Next year will 
be a breeze, in spite of the hard work in- 
volved in American History classes. Before 
you know it, your senior year will hove ar- 
rived, and your life here at RHS will be over. 
Make the most of your next two years! 



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L to R: M. Lyons, Treasurer; S. DIott, 
President; L. Gallagher, Secretary; L. 
Dean, Vice-president. 



Row 1, L to R: M. Baron, J. Bernard, A. Bowler, L. Brusinski, M. Baltimore, R. Berry, D. 
Arnao, R. Almond, J. Betti, D. Annand, D. Borkhouse, P. Beam. Row 2: R. Blotner, C. 
Bucavalas, P. Borkhouse, G. Abramson, C. Apromollo, K. Anderson, R. Serriello, H. Bagge, 
R. Berenson. Row 3: R. Anderson, J. Aiello, F. Baker, D. Mellon, R. Burke. 




201 



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202 




Row 1, L to R: R. Cutler, C. Cedrone, H. Bergeron, B. Condlin, B. Blanchard, S. Browne, 
J. Betti, M. Camelio, A. Cerrato. Row 2: R. Callahan, S. Cadoff, N. Bourbeau, R. Curron, 
J. Mohoney, P. Carlino, F. Benson, J. Connors, J. Brewster. Row 3: C. Cerullo, A. Cooper, 
J. Connolly, J. Bullock, P. Brooks, J. Concannon. 



203 




Row 1, L to R: M. Dale, M. Drury, E. Cromton, C. Costello, K. Connors, M. Creighton, P. 
Dovin, C. Shulman, V. Cicchini. Row 2, J. Diorio, L. Deane, P. Dalianis, J. Damon, S. DIott, 
K. Cairns, R. Chardie, M. Devlin, D. Chapman, M, Crane, D. Conrod, W. Clements, B. Dolan, 
R. Di Simone, D. Diauto. 



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205 



Row 1, L to R: C. Facoli, C. Dolloff, K. Faunce, J. Fernald, J. DeCourcey, E. DeBoer, J, 
Ellis, N. Fletcher, M. Flanagan, W. East, M. Elliott, L. Floyd. Row 2: J. Greene, H. Firth, S. 
Forte, L. Fenton, B. Fearer, E. Greenlun, M. Finn, W. Flood. Row 3: P. Fichton, S. Goodman, 
W. Farxing, P. Gaffney, W. Fistori, A. Downing, D. Dombrowski. 




204 



Row 1, L to R: N. Hennessey, H. Hesed, D. Gulczynski, I. Grosky, D. Higgins, K. Graham, 
D. Handroham, G. Griffin, L. Gallagher, D. Higgins, C. Hammond. Row 2: B. Green, B. 
Govan, D. Hondraham, H. Geisler, P. Hemenway, P. Hozzard, J. Graham, S. Halasz, D. 
Hardy, J. Horrington. 



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214 




Row 1, L to R: S. Karp, J. Kelly, P. Hayes, B. Hansen, L. Kother, U. Kelleher, L. Jeffrey, 

A. Higgins, M. Kiley, L. Kay, Jo-A. Hutchinson. Row 2: P. Lee, M. LeBlanc, K. Kirkegard, 

B. Kelsey, R. Lang, A. Kelley, A. Silverstein, R. Laun. Row 3: P. Howard, J. Levitts, F. 
Levinson, R. Keene, R. King, P. Kyer, S. Leibovitz. 



216 




Row 1, L to R: B. Mandeville, M. McElroy, J. Michaelson, J. Mednick, A. Maxwell, P. Mac- 
Donald, R. Melia, L. Moore, E. Mahoney, G. Mullaney, M. Moore, B. Merkel. Row 2: A. 
Lord, W. Lane, W. McMenimon, M, Lyons, J. Moriarty, E. Meaney, M. MacDonald, J. 
MacNeil, G. Mahoney. Row 3: G. Mallard, C. Murphy, P. Morin, B. Needham, E. Metzler, 
D. Murphy, M. McGroth, P. McGeown, 



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217 



Row 1, l-r: J. Pink, R. Petitpas, E. O'Brien, L. McCambly, D. McPartland, B. McNeil, L. 
Parker, P. Neilson, J. Nadelman, A. Poretsky. Row 2: D. Noonan, D. McKenzie, L. Putmon, 
L. Pinto, M. O'Brien, M. McPhee, A. Port, M. Redal, M. O'Hora, J. Murphy, L. Pillar. Row 3: 
J. Noblin, L. Parker, M. Prokup, E. McCarthy, J. McHarrie, R. Nelson, S. Needre, T. Pooler, 
R. Parker, C. Oborsky, M. O'Neil, C. O'Neil. 




219 



Row 1, l-r: P. Stoples, S. Warner, K. Sullivan, R, Stocks, M. Vaughn, D. Spearin, S. Winchill. 
Row 2: M. E. Walsh, A. Wusteney, A. Webber, M. Wengler, N. Wilde, B. Vikre, N. Wells, 
S. Wolf. Row 3: W. White, F. Weinberg, J. Steele, P. Schultz, G. Saxe, C. Staaf, R. Strick- 
land, R. Seaverns, R. Sullivan. 



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249 




i 



Row 1, L to R- M. Blanchard, D. Almond, N. Beal, I. Austin, N. Adams, S. Anderson, E. Bell, 
C. Broberg, S. Brazos, C. Boconfuso, C. Arth, J. Berlovv, D. Bodyccte. Row 2: B. Batson, 
P. Broderick, W. Belmonte, W. Almon, J. Fix, W. Bennett, L. Beren, M. Anderson, M. 
Bornstein, D. Adams. Row 3: C. Bennett, A. Baker, A. Anderson, H. Anderson, D. Bailey, 
C. Borkhouse. 



232 




Row 1, L to R: R. Simmons, P. Yonkun, K. Wusteney, L. White, B. Meltyer, E. White, P. 
Tanner, V. Wiqiey, S. Younq, R. White, S. Widrow. Row 2: M. Lyttle, A. Zack, G. Wood, 
A. Young, R. Simmons, D. Sprawles, K. Wilson, M. Hoyword, S. Seville, R. White. Row 3: 
C. Doering, J. Yundt, B. Bennett, S. Payne, M. Ayers, R. Connolly, J. Young, R. Welsh. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



The Freshman year is the first step in the long 
climb to the top. This year you have experienced new 
activities which have started you off on that four 
year struggle. Everything this year was the first for 
you — your first high school dance, your first rally, 
and your first participation in high school sports. 
We predict great success for you in the future . . . 
we'll be with you in spirit! 



Freshman Class Officers: left to right: 

Robert Favreau, Nancy Beal, Jqnet 
Fleming, Linda Green. 





r\--^: 



•"■•/\-\ .-. 



V-...' 









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Row 1 L to R- C Taber, T. Tempesta, V. Severi, J. Tierney, L. Theodore, M. Vennik, J. 
Tclson' L Warner, B. Stewort, J. Spring, J. Wall, E. Shaw. Row 2, L to R: J- /o^Pey. C. 
Walsh J Simon, F. Wescott, J. Theberge, M. Stefani, M. Tyszkiewicz, K. Tuv, M Sprogue, 
D. Watmough, G. Slack. Row 3: D. Eves, R. Wells, W. Staples, J. Wesson, C. Wengler, 
R. Vezzone, H. Tucker. 



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Row 1, L to R: L. Raftery, M. Soltrr^an, P. Previti, C Sandler, I. Sensky C Sorofeen K. 
Raymond, L. Roymond, C. Rothwell, G. Schecter, A. Rogers. Row 2: J. Qu.ll, D_ Poor, G. 
Queenon, E. Ryan, S. Rodman, S. Rodd, W. Wall, P. Prenouitz, J. Semens,. Row 3: V. Soc- 
cone, M. Raskind, F. Rubin, S. Powers, M. Powers, L Rothstein, A. Roselli. 



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238 



Row 1, L to R: C. Poor, E. Phillips, M. O'Connor, S. Penny, R. Olsone, M. O'Brien, J. Pooler, 
S. Oilshver, J. Pearlmcn, L. Pierce, K. Patterson, M. Penny. Row 2: T. Paulding, P. Naiman, 
B. Nunan, R. Nazzaro, L. Murphy, J. O'Keif, C. Perry, J. McGrath, R. Osbrone, G. O'Con- 
nell. Row 3: A. Palaza, S. Obeniski, B. Munch, H. O'Laughlin, L. Payne, P. Murphy, T. 
Malonie, T. Peroksiis, D. Ormon. 




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Row 1, L to R: A. McLeod, L. Michael, E. Moron, N. Marzinik, F. Medairos, P. McGrath, M. 
Miller, G. Schoolcraft, C. Manzoni, M. McNeil, P. Mazules, B. Moron, L. Goode. Row 2: R. 
Milligon, K. Lombordi, R. Martin, W. Millis, J. McCormick, M. McNamara, M. Lipsky, G. 
Pennington, T. Medeiror. Row 3: P. Lyons, G. Maccini, J. McLaughlin, P. Merrill, R. Morton, 
T. MocDonald, B. Lord. 



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241 




Row 1, L to R: Top: D. Keyes, K. Levinson, R. Lind, J. Lehane, J. Hunter, A. Iskra, K. 
Kiley, J. Kelley, R. Howe, P. Fineferg. Row 2: J. Joughin, E. Linfield, E. Johnson, C. Kespert, 
E. Hutchinson, S. Levangie, H. Klimas, B. Jayes, S. Kleiner, J. Kramer, D. Lichensteln. Row 3: 
A. Lauricella, M. Kelly, A. Leighton, B. Lewis, E. Hopkins, D. Long, P. Kritqman, J. Beder, 
P. Lee, D. Krouse, P. Lewis. 



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Row 1, L fo R: N. Higgins, C. Hooglon, S. Francis, L. Hayes, C. Goldenberg, C. Freedman, 
S. Hoeg, R. Higgins, A. Graham, S. Homon, J. Fredrlcksin, L. Greene. Row 2: G. Gore, R. 
Haley, W. Hanson, K. Hill, P. Garvy, M. Goldberg, M. Goodhue, M. Fumarola, J. Grade. 
Row 3: R. Gibbsen, J. Franklin, E. Galwaly, A. Fox, A. Foctor, R. Grieco. 



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246 



Row 1, L to R: J. Eloma, D. Fiorentini, J. Fleming, S. Denike, S. Durby, N. Elliott, M. Moran, 
D. Dorley, C. DuPree, P. Elles, J. Ferrara. Row 2: D. Dolan, F. Delong, J. Dimmick, C. Downs, 
G. Flynn, L. Fowler, D. DeCota, C. DePalma, S. De Courcey. Row 3: R. Fovreau, J. Deauto, 
S. Doherty, R. De Sisto, D. Devine, K. Cademartori, W. Farley, G. DuFresne, A. Elliott, 
Donovan. 




247 



Row 1, L to R: K. Cicciu, M. Conrad, B. Cokely, L. Chunis, D. Burton, S. Dahlgren, J. Carl- 
son, E. Crowell, K. Cahill, J. Comerford, M. Cleory, D. Clark. Row 2: P. Costa, M. Burke, 
B. Comios, J. Cole, J. Comeau, R. Corey, D. Campbell, J, Coughlin. Row 3: S. Connor, F, 
Burke, A. Bronssard, G. Chorron. 



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VOCATIONAL SHOP 




Mr. George Simons 

Instructor and manager of athletic 
supplies. 




Row 1, L to R: D. Noonan, R. Mohoney, J. Crone, G. 
Hoog, W. O'Connell, W. Kelly, L. McCormick, R. 
Reynar, F. Gibbs, T. Mozzed, A. O'Brien. Row 2, 
L to R: P. Mogon, T. White, J. Lehto, K. David, A. 



Pounce, D. Lockwood, W. Green, M. Dombrowski, R. 

Kemmitt. Row 3: S. Rent, G. Penny, L. Howkins, A. 

Kourafs, J. LoFratto, D. Voughn, D. Durond, G. 
Mohoney, R. Elliott. 




Mr. Edward Terrenzi 

Classroom Instructor of Re- 
lated Subject in the Auto- 
motive Course. 




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Row 1, L to R: W. O'Connell, K. David, M. Dombrowski, R. Ma- 
honey. Row 2: P. Mogan, A. Kourafas, J. LaFratta, D. Lockwood. 




Classroom study is a basic part 
of life in the Auto-shop. 




Gerald and Al repair 
manifold in auto shop. 



Buddy and Stewie repair a 
'57 Chevy. 



. . . Tomorrows Mechanics 



The boys who keep the automobiles running . . . The 
Rondolph Vocational High School offers to the pupil 
interested in auto mechanics a four year course complete 
with class and shop work. At the completion of the 
course, job placement is arranged for many of the stu- 
dents. The course offered presents many varied, and 
interesting problems to challenge the student. The 
Vocational School has provided many outstanding me- 
chanics, offered all a clearer insight into job operation, 
employment possibilities, and has opened to many a 
lifetime career in automotive repair. The technique the 
boys learn in school will form the basis of future de- 
velopment of automotive technicians skilled in their 
profession. 



Mr. Simon and Mr. Terrenzi look over 
the list of the coming work for the 
shop. 



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The inspiration of a faculty is 

reflected in the student body. We at 
R.H.S. are grateful that our 
faculty is offering us the challenge to 
face the problems in 
our changing world. 





Administrotion 




-in 




lntbal;il|. fluaarl]iurtl« 

HUBQtT P. GILGAM 

Prindpot 



PRIHCIPAL'S K5SSAGE 



To you who have given twelve years to the 
search for those fundamental truths and skills so 
necessary to the Individual In his role as a raember 
of a democratic society, congratulations I But 
whether you continue on higher levels of educatioo, 
or in the larger and more conplex world of daily 
enterprise, the search goes on must go on to ful- 
fill the obligation of man to man, and man to society. 

At this new moment in your lives, may I express 
the hope that happiness, tfisdom, and understanding 
will be your constant companions. 



"Sod give us men. A tlms like this 
demands 
Strong minds, great hearts, true 
faith, and ready handsl 




God bless you all. 






l'^- 


HOFRT F. SILOAli 
Principal 


^ 


HFGtmJv 





Mr. Gilgan stops — gathers his thoughts while writing 
a message to us. 




With pride, Mr. Gilgan accepts the Oliver 
Ames cup. 



Mr. Powderly checks over student 
records. 




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Capably directing our affairs . . . 





Mr. Thomas L. Warren 

Superintendent of Schools 



Secretaries in the superintendent's office busy at work. 



Our Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, and members of our School 
Committee keep the wheels of our school organization running smoothly. 




Mr. William J. Lynch 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 



Members of the Randolph School Com- 
mittee: Mr. Raymond McGerrlgle, Mrs. 
Marie Cormey, Mr. Peter Davin, Mr. 
Chorles Green, Mr. Thomas L. Warren and 
Mr. William Lynch . . . Insert Mrs. Patricia 
McDermott. 



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Guidance Deparfmenf 



Guidance is many things to many students. 
It might be evidenced through counseling 
that assists in working out a personal pro- 
blem; or through a testing procedure which 
contributes to a better understanding of one's 
abilities, or perhaps by a job or school place- 
ment which establishes a student in a post 
high school vocation. 

This complex operation, the main facilito- 
tive arm of education, has proved beneficial 
to all of the students of R.H.S.; hopefully, 
better preparing them to face the outside 
world. 



Mr. William J. Casey 

Director of Guidance, Ex-Officio, 
Nat'l Honor Society Advisory 
Board. 





Mr. James A. Sullivan 

Guidance Counselor. 



Miss Winifred M. Brennan 

Asst. Director of Guidance, Senior 
Class Advisor. 







Miss Isabelle Bennett 

Guidance Counselor. 

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All Students . . . 





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The National Honor Society Advisory Board carefully 
considers rules for Membership. 



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Miss Bennett discusses test results with Karen. 



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Miss Winifred Brennan congratulates Mary 
Tallafuss on her early acceptance to college. 



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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 




Although it might appear that 
science and math have taken pre- 
cedence the past few years, the 
Humanities are receiving their share 
of emphasis and recognition. Today 
the demand for exactitude and clarity 
ore more important than ever. The 
high scores our college bound students 
are achieving in their verbal tests in- 
dicate that we at R.H.S. have every 
right to be proud of background ma- 
terial being given them by our Eng- 
lish Department. 




Mrs. Dorothy W. Foote 

Heod cf Erglish Department 
English 3, 4; English Compos- 
ition; Advisor, Scribbler's 
Club. 



Mr. Richard F. Power 
English 1, 2 




Scribblers, L to R: B. Esterman, S. Naiman, Mrs. 
Foote, A. Stookes, M. Tallafuss, D. McNeil, J. 
Zirngiebel, S. Goodnrwn, E. Warnick, M. Roskind 
practicing what was taught. 




Miss Eleanor M. Kelley 

English 2, 4 



Mr. Anthony C. Vellante 
English 2 



Miss Eleanor M. Brewster 

Business English 3 



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Learning to Read, 
Write^ Thinks and 
Speak Effectively 



Furthermore, the Romanticists were idealists and 
instituted many of today's philosophies. 




Mr. John G. Papa 

English II, IV 



Mrs. Constance Lindbom 

English 1, 2; Ass't. Dramatic Club 
Advisor. 



Mr. Robert K. Kondrackl 

English 1, Ass't Football Coach. 






Mrs. Jean M. Noblin Miss Martha M. Foley 

English 2, 3; Literory Advisor to Banner English 1; Future Teachers Club. 



Miss Lindbom mokes Sophomore English 
fun. 



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MISS MARGUERITE O'NEIL 

Heod of the Language Department 
French II, III, IV. 




Mrs. Gail Mahoney 

French I, II. 



Languages . 



The modern language program in French, 
Spanish, and Russian at Randolph High 
School strives to guide more of our students 
in attaining greater proficiency and some in 
achieving real mastery of the foreign lan- 
guage skills. A person is proficient when he 
understands the language as spoken by a 
native, speaks the language in a manner ac- 
ceptable to a native, reads and writes the 
language without reference to English. In the 
well-equipped laboratory, the student is 
given maximum practice in listening com- 
prehension and in the oral use of the foreign 
tongue. 




Mr. Afbert Arsenault Jr. 
French I, II. 



The study of Latin as a classical language 
furthers the liberal education of the student. 
Through the reading of works of Caesar, 
Cicero, and Vergil, the pupil learns to under- 
stand and appreciate the language in which 
thoughts of literature, philosophy, and science 
have been expressed. 




Mr. Arthur Lynch 

Latin I, II. 



Miss Judith Fallon 

Sponish I, II, Not'l. Honor So- 
ciety Advisory Board. 



Latin 



Mr. Richard Parson 

II, III, IV, Russion I, II. 



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The Key to our future 




A typical scene in the language lab. 




Miss Fallon looks over her rank book just before making out report 
cards. 



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Millie prepares for a test. 



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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 





Miss Merioa F. DtemoMd 

Heod of Business Education 
Dept; Office Practice. 



Mr. Richard J. Underwood 
Fundament: s :■ .:- ;-; E 
fective Spe:-; -; n;- -:r 
Society Advisory Board. 



The Students at Randolph High are 
fortunate to have at their dispx^sal 
a modern, well-equipped Business De- 
partment. Many new subjects have 
been added to the business program 
permitting a variety of knowledge 
and background information. Sub- 
jects such OS business law, economics, 
and personal typing ore available for 
college preparatory as well as bus- 
iness students. We are especially 
proud of our "Office Practice" room 
which, under the qualified supervi- 
sion of Miss Diemond, operates as a 
model office. The practical training 
received in this realistic situation 
gives the student the ample preoaro- 
tion and "salable skills" necessary 
for a career in the business world. 




terest to cxie of the business classes 




Mr. Jemes H. Santry 
Ste-:: ::- " :;: : - - 



Miss Rosemory F. Ryan 

Economic Ge:s-cp'"> ^ecz'C <eep- 
og; Junior Closs Advisor. 



Mr. Nattianiel P. Harmon 

General B-si'>ess: Cons.-'-'er Ec 
cation. 



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The Business Education 



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Department 
On the Job" 



With a teacher who smiles like this, business stu- 
dents can't help but to learn their subject. 




Mr. Earl Chishohn 

General Moth & Economics. 




Mrs. Ida-Marie Kilburn 

Typing 2, Economics & Sales 



Mr. Nicholas H. Mockey 

Personal Typing 





* Mr. John M. Hurley 


Miss Ann M. Lynch 


Typing 1 . 


Bookkeeping 2; Stenogrophy 




Sophomore Class Advisor. 



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Typing class seems fun for these Juniors! 



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From Julius 



From Communism to segregation, the So- 
cial Studies program at Randolph High 
School offers a vast span of knowledge and 
experience to their students. Under the guid- 
ance of Mr. O'Brien as head of the depart- 
ment, the students acquire a better under- 
standing of the internal problems and crises 
which invade our democracy. The exper- 
ience they obtain from this course of study 
gives them a better interpretation of them- 
selves as citizens and future voters of 
America. 



Mr. Francis O'Brien 

Social Studies, Student Exchange 
Program, Varsity Baseball, Randy 
Program. 




Miss Carolyn DeVoe 

Civics and World History 1; Asst. 
Soph. Class Advisor. 





Mr. Kevin Thomos 

U. S. History; Coach: Basketball; 
Nat'l Honor Society Advisory 
Board. 



Group discussions help to en- 
liven class studies. 



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Caesar fo J. F. Kennedy 




Mr. Paul Sargent 

Civics, History; Coach: Freshman 
Basketball; Vorsity Golf. 




Mr. O'Brien and his P. D. class discuss current events. 



Mr. Pistone leads one of his classes bock through the ages 
of history. 



Mr. Guy John Pistone 

Social Studies; Track Coach. 




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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 





Mr. Paul Lehtinen 

Algebra 1; Advonced College 
Math; Head of Math Department. 



Mr. Philip Saba 

General Moth; Football Coach. 



The mathematics department, in an 
attempt to more thoroughly accomo- 
date the student body, this year, has 
introduced a new course in Contem- 
porary Mathematics. It is possible for 
each student to cover that area of 
mathematics which will best suit his 
future plans; whether bound for col- 
lege or the Business World, each has 
been introduced to that math which 
will be most useful, not only, in his 
work, but also in the everyday, prac- 
tical situations that arise. 




Algebra II Is hard but can be easily learned 
with the guiding hand of Miss Murphy. 




Miss Jean Murphy 

Algebro 1, 2; Plane Geometry; 
Oracle Advisor. 



Mr. Stephen Turkalo 

U. S. History; Basic Math; 
Civics. 



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Mr. Hector Quintona 

and Plane Geometry; Special Math; 

College Review; Math; Sponsor, 
National Honor Society. 



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Mr. Bourgeois judges one of the Science Fair 
projects. 



Science today 

changes the world 

of tomorrow . . . 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 




Mr. George E. Crimmins 

Head of the Science Dept.; Chem- 
istry Director of Chess Club. 



Miss Rosemary Woods 

Chemistry; Algebra. 



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Mr. Wllllom G. GorneH 

General Science, Conservation Club 
Advisor; Science Fair Committee; 
Scholarship Committee. 




Mr. Joseph G. L. Bourgeois 

Biology, Advanced Biology, Ran- 
dolph Science Club, Oceanogrophy 
Club; Science Fair; Nat'l Honor 
Society Advisory Board. 



Miss Freya S. Wikfeld 

Biology; Physical Science 



Mr. Crimmins checks Diane's experiment 
while the other class members look on. 



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Excellent Training 

Offered in many 

Specialized Fields 



Mr. Polio overlooks a young Picasso at work! 






Mr. Joseph Zapustas 

Director of Physical Education. 



Mrs. Nancy Arns 

Physical Educotion; Cheerleading 

Advisor; Basketball Coach; Soft- 
ball Coach. 



Mr. Samuel Polio 

Mechanical and Free Hand Draw- 
ing; Driving Program; Photogra- 
phy; Randy Program. 



Mr. Lacey directs the angelic voices of his 
outstanding chorus! 





Mr. Robert Lacey 

Director of Music 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney 

Reading Advisor to Oracle. 



Students use reference cards to find 
material for homework! 



Miss Patricio Galvin 

Library 



The Oracle wishes to honor a valuable and necessary part of our 
school system. These are cur "specialists." They are the teachers who 
devote much time and effort in the added subjects which moke our 
curriculum here at RHS complete. Their many services often go un- 
recognized but ore never forgotten. We wish to emphasize our ap- 
preciation to you. From Home Economics to music, physical education, 
driver training, reading, and Librarian; you have helped to make our 
lives here at Randolph more enjoyable and worthwhile. 



Mrs. Lindsay Towelf 

Home Economics. 





Miss Carol Ehnes 

Home Economics 



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After studying hard in the classroom, 
the students of R.H.S. look forward 
eagerly to the wide variety of extra- 
curricular activities offered here. 

Whether participating for relaxation, 

mental stimulation, or practical 
experience, all are able to find an activity 
to suit their needs and interests 




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Student Government Members 




Standing, L to R: K. Kiley, B. Gore, E. 
Griffin, A. Jasie, G. Faring, D. Saidel, B. 
Mumbler. Seated, L to R: Verzone, W. 



Dornlas, V. 

Toffiloni, I. 

Saidel, M. 



McGrory, Advisor, Mr. Santry, M. Fleming, I. O'Brien, 
N. Henessey. 




The Student Council serves as a link between the student 
body and the administration. Under the highly respected guid- 
ance of Mr. James Santry, the Council once again strived for 
the many projects it has always carried out in the past; Teacher 
Appreciation Day, Citizenship Awards, and the hundred dollor 
scholarship, are among the most outstanding. 

We are very proud to honor the Student Council Advisory 
Board, whose first project was the successful Foster Parent's 
Plan. Together with the help of the student body, the Council 
works in close co-operation with Mr. Gilgan to solve several 
problems of both the students and the administration. 





Mr. Sontry, our busy Stu- 
dent Council Advisor. 




L to R: Treasurer, Robert Verzone, Secretary, William Saidel; 
Maureen McGrory, Advisor, Mr. Santry: President, Michael Fleming 



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Christmas Decorating Program — Just onother one of the fine projects 
introduced by our student council. 



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N.H.S. Recognizes . . . 




Bottom row: left to right: P. Colarusso, E. Dibbin, C. 
Hall, L. Seaverns, A. Malfa, J. Kupec. 2nd row: S. Hut- 
ton, J. Drummey, D. Saidel, F. Swanson, M. Tallafuss. 
3rd row: J. Thayer, L. Hoeg, V. Murphy, J. Casagrande, 



P. Wells, E. Gardner, D. Hyman, D. Hayward, S. Kelly, 
D. McNeil. 4th row: K. Eckman, D. Reed, B. Gilman, 
N. Fine, W. Hesford, A. Melia, S. Silverstein, L. Skog- 
lund, J. Campbell. 



The symbol of the Honor Society is a tiny 
gold key. The four letters on the key repre- 
sent the qualities of Character, Scholarship, 
Leadership, and Service. To be considered for 
membership in the Society, a student must 
hold honor grades, be an active member in 
extracurricular activities, and act as a re- 
sponsible citizen in the community. 



A student who is inducted into the Society, 
at an assembly held in the spring, has met the 
four requirements, and he is a proud repre- 
sentative of outstanding students everywhere. 
These honor students are well-known, mainly 
because of their excellent work. They are also 
easily recognized by the little pin they wear — 
the symbol of the many rewards gained by 
conscientious hard work and achievement. 



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Scholarship . . . 




Donald Saidel, President of the National Honor Society, 
consults with Mr. Quintana, Advisor. 



Character . . 



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The Executive Council of the Honor Society 
are: L to R: Sandra Hutton, Senior Advisor; 
Walter Hesford and Donna McNeil, Under- 
classmen advisors. 



and Service. 



^NATIONAL^ 
HONOR SOCIETYi 



. . . Leadership 




Industrious officers of the National Honor Society 
are: Standing: Don Saidel, President. Seated, L to R: 

Mary Tollafuss, Secretary; Fred Swanson, Vice 
President; and Judy Drummey, Treasurer. 




Members of the Notional Honor Society plan for 
the induction ceremonies. 



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Enthusiastic guide to the Key Club 
is the advisor, Mr. Sentry. 




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The Key Club 
Their Motto . . . 




Able leaders of the Key Club ore: Top, L to R: 
Louise Seaverns, Vice President, Robert Kelly, 
President. Second Row: Marilyn McAuley, Treas- 
urer. Bottom Row: Susan Fox, Secretary, Mr. Santry, 

Advisor. 








Front Row, Seated: R. Kelly. Stonding, L to R: L. Seav- 
erns, S, Fox. M. McAuley. First Row, L to R: Mr. San- 
try, I. Mumler, E. Jalkut, S. Gaynor, L. Curtis, S. Good- 
man, L. Stroul, C. Chalfin, M. Geller, G. Moron, S. 
Brown, N. Flaherty, D. Almon, 0. Jimoulis, B. Estermon. 
Second Row, L to R: A. Tantillo, L. Hoeg, C. Lewando, 
J. Shack, A. Lund, N. Adams, K. Haley, 8. Harrigan, 



K. Manson, E. Dornlas, B. Gore, J. MacLeod, S. Hut- 
ton, K. Myllmaki, L. Danelli, M. Walsh, D. Pink, S. 
Kelly. Third Row, L to R: J. Yenof, M. Finkel, J. Mor- 
zinik, H. Knight, N. Fine, W. Cottle, D. Saidel, M. 
Fleming, R. Fitzpatrick, J. McCue, G. Faring, L. 
Fishman, J. Richardson, J. Goldberg. 



Service To The School . . . 




SPACE 
TECHNOLOGY 

and YOU 



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Now in its fifth year of outstanding service 
to Randolph High School, the Key Club is 
proudly continuing to uphold the high stand- 
ards and ideals of our entire student body. 
Under the dedicated guidance of Mr. Santry, 
the members of the Key Club discuss the 
problems which prevail within the school and 
help to devise means of solving these prob- 
lems. The members ore elected by the Stu- 
dent Council on the basis of their ambition 
and desire to serve their school. Through 
their various functions, the Key Club mem- 
bers convey to the students a feeling of re- 
sponsibility and pride in Randolph High 
School. 



Suson puts new bulletins up as part of her key 
club duties. 



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Marilyn McAuley, the girl 
who brings in the money — 
Business Manager 



Donald Saidel, most compe- 
tent, hard-working Editor-in- 
Chief 



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Members of the Banner Staff: First row left to right: 

B. Linfield, D. Dolan, J. Kupec, M. Lyons, J. Butler, I. 
Austin, A. Quimby, D. Hyman, A. Poretsky, S. Liber- 
man, J. Pink. Second Row: M. Walsh, S. Goodman, J. 
Zirngiebel, D. McNeil, M. McAuley, W. Hesford, M. 
Fleming, P. Wells, D. Saidel, P. Blaine, P. Moore, A. 
Stokes, B. Esterman, E. Snapper, A. SJadler, J. Wes- 
cott, D. Casper, Mrs. Noblin. Third Row: Mr. Lynch, M. 
Renna, P. Papp, D. Smith, D. Kehoe, J. Ryan, M. Fahey, 
O. Jimoulis, L. Moore, M. Dixon, L, Piller, S. Wolfe, 



M. Drury, W. East, P. Brewster, M. Shiavone, C. Arey, 
J. Moriorty, S. Brown, R. Almon, M. Hennessey, E. 
O'Brien, A. Higgins. Fourth Row: D. Hondrahan, D. 
Lyttle, M. McPhee, E. Kurlitis, D. Borkhouse, A. Kelley, 
C. Oborsky, S. Forte, B. Vichery, D. Goren, J. Shack, 

C. Shobo, J. Finstein, K. Driscoil, S. Kleiner, N. Wells, 
S. Noiman, C. Slotnick, L. Deane, S. DIott, W. Saidel, 
M. McGroth, E. Myllmaki, J. Franklin, R. Small, K. 
Eckman, S. Silverstein, M. Fox, R. Goss, L. Parkin, 

D. Reed, N. Fine, W. Cottle. 



A Finoncial and Editorial Success 



STAFF 




The Banner editors: first row: W. Hesford, P. Blaine, 
D. Saidel, E. Myllmaki, M. Fleming. Second row: J. 
Zirngiebel, S. Goodman, A. Stokes, P. Wells, M. Mc- 
Auley, P. Moore, M. Walsh, D. McNeil, D. Hymon. 



The Blue and White Banner, voice of Ran- 
dolph High School's students, has once again 
been the victor in the battle against deadly 
deadlines, better-late-than-never copy, meet- 
ings, and press conferences. Still, the editors 
and their hard-working staff have monaged 
to put out six news-filled issues. This year saw 
Banner editors attending the Boston Herald 
and the Boston Globe Press Conferences. Fun 
held sway at the Annual Banner Dance and 
at the Fashion Show. Rewards to the editors 
for that job well done: Satisfaction and the 
New York trip to the Columbia Press Con- 
ference. 



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Smooth working Editorial Staff completes 



Hard work, late hours, arguments, and lots of fun 
constitute a year's work as a member of the Oracle staff. 
Little by little, with every picture, idea, copy, and dead- 
line, the Oracle is completed. Two banquets and a five- 



day conference in New York reward the editors for a 
year's work. The 1963 Oracle with "symbols of our 
school" is the product of her devoted staff. 




Oracle Editors: seated ore Sondra Hutton, Paul Gilgan, 
Kathleen Haley, John Campbell, Mary Tailafuss, Arthur 
Cohen, middle row: Joyce Zimmerman, Janice Goldberg, 
Karen Manson, Richard Zapustas, Carol Myllmaki, John 



McCue, Jean MacDonald, Patricia Coiorusso, Judith 
Drummey, top row: Robert St. Germaine, Michael Ga- 
bardi, Joseph Balewicz, William Brennon. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney, John 
Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, and 
Miss Jean Murphy interrupt 
their work to pose for a pic- 
ture. 



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Standing: left to right: P. Colarusso, L. Stroul, M. Geller, J. Zim- 
merman, S. Fox, C. Myllmaki, M. Finkel, E. Austin, J. Goldberg, 
J. McCue. Seate4: left to right: A. Cohen, Mrs. Tierney, John Camp- 
bell, Miss Murphy, Richard Zapustos. 



Arthur Cohen, our hardworking Literary 
Editor 









Standing: left to right: J. McCue, Janice Goldberg, R. St. Germaine. Seated: 
A. Cohen, C. Myllmaki, J. Campbell, P. Colarusso, J. Zimmermen, R. Zapustos. 



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The business editors of the Oracle check over the ad 
pages before they're sent to press: front, I. to r., J. 
Drummey, M, Gabardi, P. Gilgan, W. Brennan, K. Man- 



son, back, I. to r., M. Tallafuss, S. Hutton, J. Bolewicz, 

J. MacDonald. 




Our hardworking underclassmen 
spend long hours selling pledges 
to support our book. Always ready 
with a cheery smile, ond pen in 
hand are: B. Jalkut, G. Faring and 
V. Cote. 



The business staff of the Oracle stops 
from their financial work to smile for 
the cameras: front, I. to r., J. Drum- 
mey, M. Tallafuss, S. Hutton, K. 
Haley, J. MacDonald, K. Manson, 
middle, I. to r., O. Jimoulis, C. Dib- 
bern, E. Kurlitis, B. Jalkut, M. Ga- 
bardi, J. Balewicz, W. Brennan, B. 
Harrigon, I. Mumler, bock, I. to r., 
S. Burweil, C. Shabo, G. Faring, J. 
Marzinzik, L. Fishman. 



A Staff of ten editors each with his own individual job, 
but all working toward the same goal — financing the year- 
book. Endless hours are spent over ads, pledges, bills, re- 
ceipts, and many other details which help to build the year- 
book for which Randolph has always been proud. Our efforts 
are rewarded when we relive the memories and experiences 
of four exciting yars as thy come to life through the pages 
of our Oracles! 




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Active Business 

Staff Insures 
Oracle Financing 





Money, money, money! Happily, 
Mrs. Tierney counts the successful 
return of pledge money for the 
Oracle. 



Mrs. Tierney confers with the 
Oracle staff about plans for future 
activities. 



Row 1 — Left-Right: B. Jolkut, C. Shabo, G. Faring, 
S. Burwell, G. Cote, O. Jimoulis, E. Kalitis. Row 2: L. 
Lerro, C. Dibbem, M. McPhee, E. Mahoney, N. Flaherty, 
D. M. Arnoo, T. Victorine, I, Chapman, A. Quimby, P. 



Lebrocquy, J. O'Brien, P. Davin. Row 3: K. O'Neil, J 
Drummey, E. Kelliher, K. Goldenberg, J. Morzinzik, A. 
Lund, M. Cord. Hard-working Oracle Boosters. 




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"Queen of our Hearts . . . 




Members of the court: Susan Fox, Sandra McCombly, Mary Tallcfuss, Miss Oracle 
Shevory, Sandra Hutton, Linda Scibetta; surround their queen. 



-Louise 




. . Miss Oracle" 




As parents and friends waited anxiously, 
the six lovely candidates, escorted by Oracle 
Editors, majestically promenaded to the 
throne area. The long awaited moment had 
arrived . . . Miss Oracle, 1 963 . . . LOUISE 
SHEVORY . . . our sparkling, smiling Queen 
was then crowned by John Campbell, Editor- 
in-Chief, and heartily congratulated by her 
charming court. After the presentation of the 
coronation bouquet and bracelet, Louise, her 
court and escorts, enjoyed a delightful even- 
ing of dancing to the music of the R.H.S. 
Dance Bond. 



Louise Shevory, Miss Oracle 



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Surprised and happy, Louise accepts 
her 'Miss Oracle' bracelet. 



The families of the candidates, and 
the court, rush over to congratulate 
Louise. 




Joining Louise in the first dance, 
members of her court, twirl about the 
gaily decorated gym. 



Dramatic Club — Gaining Poise 




The cast of "Beat It, Beatnik" relax after a long re- 
hersal. 




The Randolph High School Dramatic Club 
supplements the cultural environment of the 
high school. It supplies speakers for the 
school assemblies and produces plays for the 
general enjoyment of the public. The mem- 
bers of the club learn better diction and gain 
self-reliance in their ability to express them- 
selves before an audience. 

An enthusiastic public made the annual 
play a smashing success. Mr. Anthony Vel- 
lante, our advisor, very ably directs the 
club plays. The Dramatic Club teaches, en- 
tertains, and awards many hours of fun to 
its members. 



Dramatic Club Officers: L to R: Bonnie Jalkut, Secre- 
tary; Lorraine Gallant, Vice President; Janet Mar- 
zinzik. Treasurer; John Campbell, President. 



Dramatic Club. Seated: Janet Marzinzik, John Camp- 
bell, Mr. Veilante, Lorraine Gallant, Elizabeth Jalkut, 
First Row, L to R: Arlene Poretsky, Joan Pink, Mor- 
garet Gallagher, Kenneth Sherr, Sheila Liberman, 
Elaine Snopper, Patricia Tobin, Diane Hymen, Carolyn 
Cholfin, Arlene Port, Myrna Baron, Janet Bernard, 
Susan Kelly, Ellen Warnick, Pamela Garvey, Diane 
Casper, Valerie Martino, Olga Jimoulis, Mary Conrad. 



Second Row, L to R: Susan Rodmon, Jacqueline Kupec, 
E. O'Brien, L. Pillar, M. Drury, B. Schwartz, L. Vic- 
torine, J. Rubin, Martha Card, D. Rosenberg, P. Green- 
berg, P. Davin, B. Griffin, W. East, S. Wolfe, J. Floyd, 
A. Sodler. Third Row, L to R: D. Pink, G. Abramson, P. 
Ruddick, K. Driscoll, S. Naiman, C. Saunders, A. 
Cooper, R. Small, F. Azzarriti, J. Franklin, llene 
Grosky, L. Teed, B. Vikre, K. Myllmaki, V. Murphy. 






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while entertaining 




Mr. Vellante gives last minute in- 
structions before the ploy starts. 




The Dramatic Club finally 
puts on their production of 
"Beat It, Beatnik", and it 
is complete success. 



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CHESS CLUB 



Seated, L to R: M. Drury, R. Small, A. 
Poretsky, J. Pink. Standing: C. Slotnick, 
B. Vikre, R. Rosenberg, P. Maccini, K. 
Ekman, Mr. Crimmons, Advisor, M. 
McGroth. 



Special Activities Offered 

WILD-LIFE AND CONSERVATION CLUB 



The Conservation Club of Randolph High 
consists of students interested in forestry 
and wildlife as a possible career. The club 
consists of different departments headed by 
the members. Thomas Verzone is the head of 
the Wildlife Department. Norman Bourbeou 
— Aves Dept.; William Curry — Geology 
Dept.; Margaret Curry — Urban Renewal 
Dept.; and Stan Burwell — Forestry Dept. Mr. 
Garnett, the advisor, and the members are 
currently engaged in a research program: 
"The Effects of the Growing Acreage of 
Urban and Suburban Land." The Effects have 
created new problems in conservation. 



With the guidance of Mr. Crim- 
mins, the members of the Chess 
Club are taught the strategies and 
tactics of this thought-provoking 
game of the past. Many an enjoy- 
able hour is spent by the members 
challenging and practicing with one 
another. Needless to say, their 
greatest reward is being able to 
"checkmate" Mr. Crimmins! 



R. Curry, N. Bourbeau, T. Verzone, President, Mr. Garnett, Advisory, M. Curry 





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LIBRARIANS 



Koren, Maureen and Jean check the re- 
cords to see whose books are overdue. 

The whole purpose of the Library is to 
supplement the knowledge a student receives 
in the classroom and it is almost an obligation 
on the part of a pupil who wishes to be 
educated to avail himself of the opportuni- 
ties provided here. No other road to learn- 
ing is more profitable than this wonderful 
world of books. For those who are going on 
to college, the Library should be a second 
home: for those who go into Business or in- 
dustry, the Library provides a more satis- 
factory approach to living. One need never 
be bored if there's a Library available for 
where else but in books would one find such 
variety of pleasure . . . something for the in- 
tellect, the emotions, the risibilities . . . en- 
less treasures. This Library is provided for 
you. Become familiar with it. 



for Varied Interests and Talents 




OCEANOGRAPHY . . . 



The Oceanography Club offers an interest- 
ing and worthwhile pastime for students in- 
terested in marine life (an active organiza- 



tion), its many activities range from field 
trips to individual research by enthusiastic 
members. 




Mr. Bourgeois, Sponsor. Seated, L to R: G. Gore, B. 
Levitan, K. Myllmaki, Secretary, B. Gore, Vice Pres- 
ident, K. Peterson, President, R. Wallace, Treasurer, 
I. Chapman, L. Moore. Row 2: l. Segal, J. Leehan, V. 



Pochey, M. L. Donohue, E. Kurlitis, C. Lewando, C. 
Hull, J. Kupec, S. Brazos. Row 3: J. Canavan, R. 
Yenofsky, F. A^ziriti ,G. Milewski. 



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R.H.S. Bond. . . Our 



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Mr. Lacey directs the Dance Band. 



The R.H.S. band have again this year ac- 
claimed great honors. The unique half-time 
shows, concerts, and assemblies have brought 
much enjoyment to those who have been 
spectators and, also, to those who have par- 
ticipated in them. 

Individuals of this organization have 
represented our school in District, S.E.M.S. 
B.A., and ALL-STATE, and have in this way 
brought added admiration to our school. 

We have good reason to be proud of our 
band and should support them in every way. 

The success of the bond is due to the never 
ending efforts of their fine directors, Mr. 
Lacey and Mr. Rapoza. 




Mr. Rapoza rehearses the flute section. 




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Finest Music Makers . . . 




Row 1 — L to R: B. Esterman, M. LeBlanc, M. McGrath, 
J. Lauricella, P. Blaine, R. Leombruno. Row 2, L to R: 
W. Hesford, K. Osborne, J. Zirngiebel, R. Nelson, M. 
Holbrook, J. Bullock. Row 3: J. Truelson, E. Metzler, N. 
Adorns, F. Benson, M. Gobordi, J. Bolewicz. Row 4: J. 
Connolly, E. Galway, A. Bowler, L. Seoverns, J. Demmick, 
M. Baron. Row 5: M. Fox, A. Malfa, W. Belmonte, T. 
Palazc, V. Saccone, E. Sandler. Row 6: B. Bennett, P. 



Garvey, R. Berenson, M. Tallafuss, E. Greenlun, B. Rachin. 
Row 7: S. Downing, H. Bergeron, D. Arnoo, E. Johnson, 
S. Broza, C. Foley, R. Olson, A. Baker, P. Maccini. Row 8: 
E. Gardner, S. Beomon, B. Harrigon, C. Warrick, D. Mc- 
Neil, W. Flood, I. Mumler, B. Linfield, K. Levenson, D. 
Clark, P. Tanner, R. Berry, J. Carlson, B. Comras, N. 
Marzinzik, C. Quill, E. Bell, P. Prenovitz, A. Whitcher. 




Dance Band 



Row 1, L to' R:' J.' Zirngiebel, E. Gardner, M. Gobardi, 
A. Baker, J. Lauricella, N. Adams. Row 2: B. Esterman, 

Dance Band in full swing. 



M. LeBlanc. Row 3: S. Downing, B. Rachin, R. Nelson, 
W. Hesford, E. Sandler, R. Leombruno. 



R. H. S. Chorus 



The Voices 



The Randolph High School chorus, alwoys one of 
our most symbolic organizations, has proven this 
year to be their best. Highlighting this year's musical 
was their presentation of the Mikado, 
ind Sullivan operetta , . . The spectacular 
our chorus members hove echoed across 
;nse auditorium during the magnificent 
assembly and the annual Spring Concert, 
)ices of the Randolph High School chorus 
were represented at the statewide festivals 
.EM. SB. A., District, and All-State. 




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of Angels 





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Our version of the "Lennon Sisters" — Barbara Esterman, Nancy 
Adams, Marcia Le Blanc. 



The Dance Band vocalist — Nancy 
Adams. 




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Row 1: P. Gilbert, V. Martino, C. Hall, D. McNeil, O. Jimoulis, 
B. Easterman, J. Zirngiebel, M. Baron, N. Gilde, B. Leviton, 
I. Chapman, J. Drummey, D. Arnao, Mr. Lacey, Director. Row 
2: L. Victorine, D. Dolan, J. McGrath, C. Walsh, J. Thayer, 
P. Creighton, L. Pinto, M. Monroe, L. Rafferty, L. Brusinski. 
Row 3: M. Renna, S. Naimon, P. Greenberg, M. Parker, M. 
LeBlanc, C. Shabo, N. Adams, M. McGroth, W. Hesford, L. 
Smith, P. Maccini, V. Cote, A. Tantillo, C. Schwartz. Row 4: 
A. Iskra, R. Leombruno, R. Nelson, E. Galawoy, C. Saunders, 
N. Fine, B. Rachin, K. Osborne, P. Blaine, A. Koplow, J. 
Lauricella, L. Parker, J. Harrington. 



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Future Nurses Club 



Gaining practical experience are the officers of the 
Future Nurses Club: President, Karen Myllmaki; Carol 
Hull, Treasurer; Carol Lewando, Historian; Louise 
Seaverns, Patient; Marilyn McAuley, Vice-president. 




Bonom Row, L to R: D. Pink, M. Vennik, M. Dixon, 
L. Fowler, C. Hull, Treasurer, M. McAuley, Vice- 
president; K. Myllmaki, President; L. Seaverns, C. 
Lewando, Historian; C. Broberg, S. Wolfe, Mrs. Heath, 
Advisor. 2nd Row, L to R: K. Winston, M. Crowley, 
J. Betti, D. Dolan, D. Lyttle, C. Swartz, J. Tiews, C. 



O'Brian, L. Murphy, P. Garvey, M. Kelly. 3rd Row, 
L to R: J. Bernard, E. O'Brien, N. Hennessey, S. Rodd, 
M. C'Neil, J. Caselden, E. London, M. Rilev, j. 
Kupec, P. Ellis, J. Spring, J. Pink. 4th Row, L to R: 
I. Austin, M. Card, M. Renna, D. Harrington, L. Abert, 
P. Mazules, S. Karp. 




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Science Club . . . 




Row 1, L to R: Standing: Sponsor, Mr. Bourgeois. 
Seoted: E. Warnick, M. Fox, M. Boron, W. Cottle, J. 
Levitts, M. Dale, H. Hesed, J. Kramer. Row 2: L. Parker, 
L. Segal, K. Sherr, L. Deane, I. Chapman, B. Levitan, 
M. L. Donohue, J. Swartz, M. Baltimore, N. Sandler. 



Row 3: D. Monrahan, J. Concannon, D. Reed, K. 
Ekman, F. Azzoriti, M. Raskind, J. O'Keefe. Row 4: R. 
Porter, V. Pochay, W. Saidel, C. Slotnick, A. Rubin, R. 
Wells. 



Driver Training 









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After practical instructions, Judy 
bravely takes the wheel. 



Mr. Polio explains details to students. 



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Future Teachers Club . 



Charter and current president, 
John McCue 




Advisor to the F 
Martha M. Foley. 



After three years of its existence, 
the Future Teachers Club has become 
one of the most active in the school. 
Many of the college campuses have 
seen the faces of the club's mem- 
bers this year. Educational programs 
about teaching have been the high- 
lights of the post year. We congratu- 
late the club for its outstanding 
progress. 



Leading the Future Teachers Club are, left to right, Angela Malfa, 
Vice-President; Olga Jimouiis, Secretary; William Cottle, Delegate; 
Gail Faring, Treasurer; John McCue, President. 



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Row 1, L to R — N, Zaccardi, S. Wolfe, K. Powers, J. 
Shack, R. Gass, V. Murphy, D. Hyman, K. Driscoll, L. 
Lerro, C. Dibbern, W. Hesford, R. Fitzpotrick, D. 
Barnes. Row 2 — M. Renna, D. McNeil, C. Shabo, S. 
Burweli, J. Thayer, S. Kelly, P. Wells, J. Parker, 0. 
Jimoulis, W. Cottle, A. Malfa, J. McCue, G. Faring, P. 
Maccini, E. Jolkut, V. Moitino, M. Walsh, Miss Foley, 
Advisor. Row 3 — M. Cartwright, R. Leombruno, J. 
Marzinzik, D. Pink, N. Weils, S. Bornes, J. Jones, G. 
Abromson, A. Poretsky, E. Austin, M. Finkel, S. Hutton, 



B. Estermon, M. Conrod, R. Melia, J. Berlow, Row 4 — 
R. King, J. Mednick, M. Salins, M. Camelio, L. Pillar, 

C. Oilshiver, A. Green, P. Kristzman, J. Joughin, P. 
Powers, J. O'Brien, A. Port, B. Sarni, J. Joughin, M. 
Dole, P. Tobin. Row 5 — S. Codoff, C. Sullivan, A. 
Whitcher, B. Fearer, J. Kramer, K. O'Neil, L. Jeffrey, 
N. Gilde, C. Quill, E. Kelleher, L. Bn.'sinsKy, D. Rosen- 
burg, M. Baltimore, N. Sandler, J. Shulman, M. Drury, 
W. East, J. Pink, S. La Vangie, C. Manzoni. 



Gaining Practical Experience 





F.T.C. members view Bridgewoter State College catalogue, 
L. to R. J. Thoyer, W. Cottle, A. Malfa, O. Jimoulis. 



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Bonny gains experience teoching on Student 
Teacher Day. 




Mrs. Lindsay Towell 

Advisor of F.H.A. 




Future Homemakers 
of America 

The Randolph chapter of the Future Homemakers of 
America, one of the busiest organizations in school, was 
honored to have two of its members hold state offices this 
year. Frances Dolan held the office of Historian and Lor- 
raine Gallant, a junior of the organization, held the office of 
Parliamentarian. 

Along with these two honors Judith Casagrande, President 
of the F.H.A. in Randolph, was a delegate to the national 
convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

The F.H.A. calendar included: State meeting at Quincy 
High in Nov., Initiation party. Pizza party. Splash party. 
Faculty Fun Night, and the Installation of new officers. 

Preparing our Girls . . . 



Miss Carole Ehnes of F.H.A. 




Judy Casagrande, President of the F.H.A. 



F.H.A. Officers: L to R.: A 

Notoro, reporter; A. Stokes, 
songleoder; L. Gollont, secre- 
tary; J. Casagrande, president; 
C. Nelson, vice-president; L. 
Hoeg, treasurer. 




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Row 1, L. to R.: D. Dolan, A. Lauricella, D. Jones, J. 
Hernandez, S. Beaman, S. DeCoursey, L. Hayes, Miss 
Ehnes. Row 2, L. to R.: Mrs. Towell, L. Raymond, A. 
Natoro, L. Gallant, J. Casagrande, C. Nelson, L. Hoeg, 
S. Hoeg, A. Stokes. Row 3: B. Crowell, E. Cooke, B. 



Moron, K. Patterson, P. Colarusso, G. Winters, J. Floyd, 
P. Lebrocquy, P. Nielson, M. McPhee, E. Linfield. Row 
4: J. Tolson, M. Monroe, I. Mgmler, D. Wiley, F. 
Wilding, D. Hayword, D. Pike, J. Cutting, F. Dolan, 
J. Betty. 



for an Important Future 





A group in home economics, look over floor plans, an im- 
portant step in planning a future home. 



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Half-time enhanced by their 



Loreen Kay skillfully directs the 
drill team 




Front — left to right: Lech Michael, Valerie McGowen, 
L. Gallagher, Janet Fleming, Sarah Gaynor, Kathy Sul- 
livan. Back — left to right: Mojorette — -Corrinne Fasoli, 



Carol Myllmaki, Mary Jo Vennik, Marie DeFeo, Diane 
Wadon, Susan Mohan, Nancy Beal, HEAD — Sandra 
Keddy. 



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Beauty and precision 




Captain, L. Kay; Lieutenants, M. McGrory, D. McPart- 
land; First Row, L. to R.: J. Nadleman, B. Peters, A. 
Lipus, K. Rothwell, D. Krauss, L. Green; Row 2: J. 
Michaelson, N, Higgins, N. Flaherty, J. Smart, P. Gal- 
lagher, A. Santegate; Row 3: F. Medeiros, L. Murphy, 



E. McGrory, C. Lewando, R. Petipas, K. Patterson; 
Row 4: P. Papp, M, Fix, R. Coughlin, E. Doolon, G. 
Cote, D. Dolan; Row 5: D. Burton, L. Flower, L. Fen- 
ton, M. Lyons, N. Hill, K. Manson; Row 6: A. Greene, 
G. Griffin. 




After hours of endless practicing on the football field in 
biting cold, the drill team marches out at halftime in sharp 
precision. Then, accompanied by the music of the band, 
the girls dance a waltz, twist, or a hully-gully. We will long 
remember the strains of "Moon River", "Twist-time Twist", 
and "Midnight in Moscow", while the "Arabian Nights" 
show won acclaim from a newspaper. Behind the scenes, 
making up most of these dances was Mary Tallafuss, 
Choreographer for this year. 



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Inter-scholastic sports hold a high 
degree of interest in Randolph, and 
this interest has been frequently and well 
rewarded by game, league, and state 
championships. Valued even more 
highly than the prizes, however, is the 
quality of sportsmanship developed 
by the participants. 




BLUE DEVILS 




The 1962 edition of the Randolph High football team 
turned in one of its finest seasons in years. The 5 win, 4 
loss record was not spectacular in itself but the manner in 
which it was achieved is the true story of this club. 

Comprised mainly of underclassmen and a few fine vet- 
erans, this club jelled at midseason and won 4 of the last 
five games. A very satisfying victory over Scituate heralded 
the coming of age of this fighting team, followed by two 
stunning upsets over the reigning Class C champions, beat- 
ing Oliver Ames (6-0). 

This team then must be considered one of our 'fighting-est' 
ever and if one word could describe them it would have to be 
character. They had it. 



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Middleboro 


12 


Randolph 


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Bridgewater 


32 


Randolph 


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Whit.-Hans. 


14 


Randolph 





Rockland 


6 


Randolph 


36 


Silver Lake 


18 


•J Randolph 


8 


Plymouth 


20 


Randolph 


12 


Abington 


6 


Randolph 


6 


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Head football coach Phil Saba 



Randolph bench watches intently. 




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Left to right, bottom — A Lichenstein, H. Knights, E. Mace, R. Zapustas, F. 
Hart, A. Melia, R. Giannini, S. Silverstein. 2nd row — R. Lee, R. Strickland, 
G. Ramoska, R. Deslmone, W. Maioof, P. O'Neil, M. Fleming. 3rd row — W 
Duffy, R. Rosenberg, W. Bourbeau, E. Maguire, C. Sanders, C. Murphy, R. 
Callahan, C. Bocuvalos, B. Saidei. 4th row — J. Aiello, M. Vitagliano, D. 
Doherty, M. Campbell, P. Needham, B. Fistori, R. Sullivan, J. Mahoney, J. 
Noblin. 5th dow — A. Gallagher, R. Govan, P. Brooks, J. Diauto, F. Baker, 
B. Almond, and J. Damon. 



The /fans Approve . /^ 




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Randolph's line breaks through again. 



Number one quarterback on the 
five yard line. 




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L. to R.: John Leary, Ron Zack, Fred Swanson, Dan Gill, 
Buddy Hart, Mr. Thomas, Joe Balewicz, Richie Zapustas, 



Bob Strickland, Artie Maguire, John Sawczuk, Bob 
Charron. 

Mr. Kevin Thomas 
Coach of our basket- 
ball team. 




7 963 Varsity 
Basketball 



Buddy gets ready to pass an off-side bal 



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47 


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Randolph 


54 


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55 


Randolph 


68 


Rondolph 


56 


Randolph 


56 


Randolph 


62 


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Oliver Ames jumps high for rebounds. 




A quicl< pose from Richie during basketball prac- 
tice. 



For the second year in o row, Coach Thomas' 
Varsity Basketball has provided R.H.S. with a 
fine brand of high school basketball and many 
exciting moments. Although the team failed to 
qualify for the Tech Tourney, the players had 
nothing to be ashamed of, as they certainly 
hustled every time they took the floor. Sparking 
the Blue Devils in this, their final year of var- 
sity play, were seniors John Sawczuk, Richie 
Zapustas, and Buddy Hart. Sawczuk was one 
of the most feared shots and better guards in 
the league. Zapustas was also a deadly shot and 
was a rock under the boards, while Hart was one 
of the best players in the state and made many 
of the All-Star teams. Coach Thomas is looking 
for even a better season next year as he has 
been tutoring such underclassmen as Bob Strick- 
land, Bob Charron, Bob Govan, and Steve Payne. 




ICOREBOARD -^fe 

Foxboro 4i 

Stoughton 46j 

" Sharon . . ~ ^"*'*^ '^-'^■ 

Mansfield 

Oliver Ames 69^'*' 

Fronklin 49 

Canton 375*-,^ 

King Philip 43"^"^ 

Foxboro 51 

Stoughton 5f 

Sharon . .,-,., . 67-; 

Mansfiekl-^''''^^ 46: 

r Oliver Ames 59t 

Canton 57 

Franklin 56 




Richie Zapustas takes time out to talk about defense. 



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Blue Devils Capture . . . 




BASEBALL TEAM — first row — L to R: Ronnie Zack, 
Buddy Hart, Norm Tardiff, Bob Denise, Mike Garbordi, 
Arthur Melio, Barry Needham. Second row: Coach 



Mr. O'Brien, Mickey Fleming, Arthur Maguire, Joe 
Balewicz, Mike Cartwright, Eddie Maguire, Fred Wilson, 
Frank Moron, Bill Brennon, Manager. 



The Randolph Blue Devils completed their 
most successful season in history as they 
captured the Hockomock League title for the 
third season in a row and went on to win 
the Eastern Massachusetts Class "B" Cham- 
pionship. Barry Needham carved his name in 
the schoolboy hall of fame as he pitched 
four consecutive no hit games in a row dur- 
ing the season and became the only pitcher 
to win four games in the state tournament. 
Norm Tardiff led the Randolph offense in 
every department as he compiled a .437 
batting average and belted 8 home-runs in 
leading the Blue Devils to their 20 and 1 
season. Bob Denise turned in an outstanding 
job as shortstop. 

Returning veterans Art Melia, Ron Zack, 
Joe Balewicz, Mike Fleming, Mike Gabardi, 
Fran Hart, Art Maguire, Mike Cartwright 
and Frank Moron will form the nucleus of 
the 1963 defending champions. 



Ronnie Zack displays his batting form in a game with 
Sharon. 



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State Championship. . . . 




Coach O'Brien gives advice from 
the bench to one of the players. 




Buddy Hart rounds first base on way to second for 
o double. 




How can Randolph lose with form like that! 




That's it, Mike. Keep your ^^B 

eye on the ball and swing ^T"*^ 
level. 



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R. H. S. Harriers . . . 



To prove they really work, the Winter track teom 
stops a moment to pose for us. 




'A shot-putting relay??" we ask 



'I see their tracks, but where are they??" asked 
Mickey. 




We don't always run-on snow tracks. 



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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: L to R: Mr. Pistone, Bob 
Powers, Fred Swanson, Nick Zaccardi, Paul McGeown, 



Jimmy Hunter, John Concannon, Stephen DIott, Louis 
Deane, Richard Blother, Carl Slotnick, Peter Fichter. 



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Continue Winning^^ 
Record f^m 



CROSS-COUNTRY 

The trio of Bob Powers, Paul 
McGeown, and Nick Zaccardi 
finished 1-2-3 in every dual meet, 
except one, to- cap an undefeated 
season including a 3rd in the 
State Meet and first in the South 
Shore Principals' Meet. 

WINTER TRACK 

Our boys finished second in 
the Tri-County league with a 6-1 
record, losing only to Catholic 
Memorial of West Roxbury by 
3 points. Record breakers were 
Fran Hart in the high jump and 
the 45yd. high hurdles. Bob Pow- 
ers in the 600 yd., 1,000 yd, 
mile, and 2 mile runs. 



Cooch, Mr. Pistone, joins R.H.S. leading track star, 
Bob Powers in a practice run. 




R.H.S. Cheerleaders . 



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Left to Right: Joan MacLeod, Louise Danieli, Barbara Gore, Eloln© Dofrdos, Ann Lupd, Linda 
Brusinski, Rosalyn Melio, Mrs. Arns. Front: Sandy McCombly. '~'^'-i'- "W '^ 



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, FIGHT, 
leading the 
l*.,^* *»''*v»*» "'cVieers, Sandra McCambly, Cop- 
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Grac^anc/ Beaufy /n A4of/on 



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Sunny days or gray days, no matter 
what the weather, our cheerleaders- are 
always there to build our spirits up. 
These pert and pretty girls are behind 
our teams all the way. They are the ones 
who add confidence, consolation, spirit, 
and spark to all of our games. We thank 
you for all the hard work and practice 
spent on our behalf. 



Graceful motions, improved by 
practice Louise perfects 

this jump. 



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TENNIS 



In conjunction with the athletic program of the 
school, the tennis team showed their "esprit de 
corps." Co-captains, John Campbell and Ronald 
Rosenberg, led the other senior members Richard 
Goldman, William Lenahan, Stephen Calish, 
Arthur Cohen, and John Canavon in fostering the 
true spirit of good sportsmanship. 

Underclassmen, Peter Maccini and Frank 
Azzariti show bright promise for the future. With 
the example set by the senior members of the 
squad, future tennis teams can assuredly look for- 
ward to success. 

The team made great progress under the con- 
scientious and dedicated guidance of Mr. William 
G. Gornett, coach. With his leadership, the in- 
terest in tennis reached a new high. 





Mr. Gornett, Tennis Coach. 





John Campbell, Ron Rosenburg, 
Co-coptains of the Tennis Team 



TENNIS TEAM 
1st Row, Left to Right: Stephen Calish, Ron Rosenburg, John Campbell, 
Bill Lenohon. 2nd Row, Left to Right: Mr. Gornett, Peter Maccini, Frances 
Azzariti, Richard Goldman. 

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GIRLS' SPORTS 




BASKETBALL 



BASKETBALL TEAM 
Front: C. Hanrahan, L. Teed, P. Colarusso, M. Favreau, E. Fraser, 
P. Swanson. Bock: A. Wusteney, J. Drummey, M. E. Walsh, S. 
Kelly, M. Kiley, M. E. May. 




SOFTBALL 



Senior members with their coach. Miss 
Ryan, E. Eraser, L. Teed, P. Colarusso, 
M. Favreau. 



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SOFTBALL TEAM 
Front: E. Fraser, M. Favreau, J. Parker. 
Middle: J. O'Loughlin, S. Kelly, C. 
Honrahan, P. Swanson, J. Drummey, J. 
Adams. Bock: M. E. Walsh, M. Kiley; 
Coach, Miss Skeels, D. Pink. 



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L. to R 

Fox, Leon Parkin 



GOLF TEAM 

Mr. Sargent, John Sowczuk, Robert Gass, Tom Turner, Robert Wilson, Mothew 



GOLF 



With the competent coaching of Mr. Sor- 
gent, the Randolph Golf Team has completed 
its second successful year. During the two 
years of it's existence, the team has combined 
teamwork and skillful performance to develop 
a permanent addition to Randolph's Athletic 
Department. 




Captain of Golf Team, John Sawczuk 
Coach, Mr. Sargent 



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A Candid Look At R.H.S. . . . 



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Richard Small diligently works on his Science Fair 
project. 




The students find silence and books conducive to 
study in the R.H.S. library. 



. . . The People, the Events . . . 




Members of the business course listen to vocational 
talks. 



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. . . Pleasant Memories 



Proud parents with their pretty daughters 
smile for the cameras at the MISS 
ORACLE dance 




Senior boys enjoy their lunch and the componionship 
provided by this break. 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



ADAMS, NANCY (Business) Chorus 
1,4; Honor Roll 1; Key Club 4. 



CANAVAN, JOHN (College) Football 
1; Track 2. 



CURTIS, LAURALEE (Business) Soft- 
ball 2; F.H.A. 1,2; Oracle 4. 



ANTONINO, RICHARD (Business) 
Student Council 1. 



AUSTIN, ELAINE (College) Honor 
Roll 1,3; Oracle 4; Blue and White 
Banner 1; Future Teachers' Club 2,4; 
Science Fair 1,2,3. 



BALEWICZ, JOSEPH (College) Closs 
officer 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 
3,4; Chorus 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance 
Band 1,2,4; Boys' State Nominee 3; 
Randy Winner 2. 

BEATTY, JEAN (College) Honor Roll 
1,3; Nurses' Club 1; Nat'l Honor for 
Latin Exam 3; Science Fair 1,2. 

BEDARD, ELAINE (Business) Office 
Girl 2,3,4. 



BENSON, CAROL (Business) Chorus 
1; Honor Roil 1,3; Band 1; Science 
Fair Committee 2. 



BIELINKI, LOUIS 



BLAKELY, RUTH (Business) F.H.A. 
2,4; Oracle 2,3,4. 



BLANCHARD, HERBERT (Business) 
Track 1. 



BRENNAN, WILLIAM (College) Base- 
ball 3,4; Oracle 3,4; Asst. Business 
Manager 4; Science Fair 1,2. 



BRINTON, ALAN (Business) 



BROWN, SUSAN (Business) Key Club 
4; Banner 1; Science Fair 2. 



BURKE, JACQUELINE (Business) Ma- 
jorette 1,2; Bonner 2, 



CALISH, STEPHEN (College) Tennis 
3,4; Audio-Visual Club 2; Science 
Fair 1,2,3; Honorable Mention 1,2,3. 

CALLAHAN, MARIE (Business) Soft- 
ball 1; Bowling 2; Chorus 4; Office 
Girl 2. 



CAMPBELL, JOHN (College) Oracle, 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
Captain 3,4; Football 1; Key Club 
3,4; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Boys' 
State Delegate 3; Dramatic Club 3,4; 
President 4; Banner 3; Latin Auxilium 
Award 1,2. 



CASAGRANDE, JUDITH (Business) 
Student Council 1,2,3; Treas. 2; Nat'l 
Honor Society 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Vice-President 3; Delegate to Na- 
tional Convention 3; President 4; 
Girls' State Nominee 3; Randy Win- 
ner 2,3; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Hon- 
or roil 1,2,3; Basketball 1. 



CHASE, VIRGINIA (Business) Class 
officer 1; Bowling 2; Oracle 3. 



CLEMENTS, DONALD (Business) 



COHEN, ARTHUR (College) Tennis 3; 
Orocle Literary Editor 4; Boys' State 
Nominee 3; Science Fair 1; Audio- 
Visual Club 4; Spelling Champion 3, 
Honor Roll 1,2,3. 



COLARUSSO, PATRICIA L. (Business) 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3; 
Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor Socie- 
ty 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 
2,3; State Treasurer 3; Oracle Senior 
Editor (Copy) 4; Randy Winner 1,2,3; 
Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Science Fair 
2; Class Officer 2; Guidance Hostess 
Club 4. 



COLSON, CHARLES (General) Chorus 
4. 



CONRAD, SANDRA (Business) Cheer- 
leader 1; Oracle 3; Key Club 4; Of- 
fice Girl 3,4. 



CONNORS, RICHARD (General) Bas- 
ketball 4. 



COTE, DOROTHY (College) Softball 
1; Nurses' Club 1. 



COTTLE, WILLIAM (College) Class 
Officer 4; Honor Roll 2,3; Banner 4; 
Boys' State Delegate 3; Key Club 4; 
Randy Nominee 2; Randy Winner 
3; Science Fair 2,3; Good Gov't Day 
Delegate 4; Science Club 4; President 
4. 



COUGHLIN, ANN (Business) Basket- 
ball 4; Oracle 4; Fashion Show 3. 



CRISTOFERI, JEAN (Business) Soft- 
ball 3; Chorus 1. 



CURRO, STEPHANIE (Business) 
Chorus 4, Office Girl 1,2,3,4. 



CUTTING, JUDITH (Business) Field 
Hockey 1; Honor Roll 3; F.H.A. 4; 
Cheerleader 1,3. 



DALAINIS, GEORGE (General) 



DANIELI, LOUISE (Business) Honor 
Roll 3; Cheerleader 1,4; Key Club 4; 
Science Fair 2, Randy Nominee 1,2,3; 
Randy Winner 3. 



DAVID, KEITH (Shop) 

DAVISON, CAROL (Business) Chorus 
2; Oracle 2. 

DEANE, BARRY (General) 



DOLAN, FRANCES (Business) Basket- 
ball 1,2; Honor Roll 3; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Historian 3; State Historian 
4; Nurses' Club 1; Banner 3; Science 
Fair 1; Randy Nominee 2,3; Randy 
Winner 3. 



DOLAN, MARY (Business) Drill Teom 
1,2,3,4; Banner 9 — Concerts 
10,11,12; Spring Festival 10,11,12. 



DOMBROWSKI, MICHAEL (Shop) 
DONNELLY, LINDA (Business) 



DRUMMEY, JUDITH (Business) Hon- 
or Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; 
Treasurer 4; .FH.A. 1,2; Freshman 
Representative 1; Historian 2; Oracle 
3,4; Randy Nominee 1,2; Randy Win- 
ner 1; Fashion Show 3; Science Foir' 
2; Honorable Mention 2. 



DUFFY, WALTER (Business) Football 
3,4. 



FAHEY, MARY JO (College) F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Banner 3,4. 



FARRELL, KATHLEEN (College) Ora- 
cle 3; Future Nurses Club 1,2. 



FAVREAU, MIRIAM (Colleoe) Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Varsity 2,3,4; Softboll 
1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Bowling 2. 



FINKEL, MARLENE (College) Honor 
Roll 3; Oracle 2,3,4; Banner 1,2; Key 
Club 3,4; Randy Nominee 3; Future 
Teachers' Club 2,4; Science Fair 2,3; 
Office Girl 1; Fashion Show 3. 



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SEN/OR STATISTICS 



FISHMAN, LESLIE (College) Oracle 
4; Booster 2; Key Club 3,4; Randy 
Nominee 1; Office Girl 1. 



GIANNINI, RICHARD (General) Foot- 
ball (Varsity). 



HERNANDEZ, JANET M. (Business) 
F.H.A. 4. 



FITZGERALD, HELEN (Business) 



FITZPATRICK, ROBERT (College) 
Track 4; Bowling 3,4; Science Foir 2; 
Key Slub 4; Future Teachers' 3,4. 



FLEMING, MICHAEL (College) Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4, President 4; Foot- 
ball (Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3, 
4; Track 3,4; Banner 3,4, Sports Edi- 
tor 4; Boys' State Delegate 3; Good 
Government Day Candidate 3; Key 
Club 4; Randy Nomineee 3. 



FOX, SUSAN (College) Miss Oracle 
Candidate 4; Cheerleader 1; Oracle 
3,4; Banner 2; Key Club 3,4; 
Science Fair 2,3; Office Girl 1. 



FLYNN, WILLIAM (Business) Science 
Fair 1. 



FRANKE, DONALD (College) Audio- 
Visual Club 2; Oceanography Club 
2; Science Fair 1,2. 



FRASER, ELLEN (College) Basketball 

(Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; 

Bowling 2,3, Captain 2,3; Office 
Girl 1,2. 



GILBERT, PATRICIA (Business) Bas- 
ketball 1,4; Softball 4; Field Hockey 
1; Chorus 1,4; Honor Roll 1,3; Oracle 
4; Randy Nominee 1,3. 



GILGAN, PAUL (College) Oracle Ad- 
vertising Manager 4. 



GILLIS, JOYCE (Business) 



GOLDBERG, JANICE J. (Business) 
Oracle 3,4; Faculty Editor 4; Ban- 
ner 1,2; Key Club 3,4. 



GOLDMAN, RICHARD (College) Ten- 
nis 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,3; Nat'l 
Honor Society 3,4; Chess Club 2,3; 
Science Fair 1,2,3. 



GOODMAN, CAROL (Business) 



GOODMAN, SANDRA (Business) Dra- 
matic Club 3,4; Banner 1,2,3,4; 
Fashion Editor 4; Key Club 4. 



GREENBERG, PAULA (College) Chor- 
us 2,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Banner 
2,4; Key Club 4. 



HILL, NANCY (Business) Chorus 1,2; 
Drill Team 3,4. 



HOAGLAN, DeWAYNE (General) 



HOFFMAN, BARBARA (Business) 
Banner 1 . 



HULL, CAROL (Business) Softball 2; 
Honor Roll 1,2; Future Nurses' Club 
3,4; Treasurer 4. 



HUTTON, SANDRA (Business) Chor- 
us 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1; Oracle 
2,3,4; Circulation Manager 4; Randy 
Nominee 2,3; Key Club 3; Miss 
Oracle Nominee 4; Booster Club 1; 
Science Fair 1 . 



JACOBSEN, JEAN (Business) 



JASIE, ANNE (Business) Chorus 4; 
Student Council 3,4; Honor Roll 1; 
Randy Nominee 1,2. 



JOHNSON, MIKE (General) 



FRASER, SANDRA (Business) Oracle 
4; Banner 1; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; 
Spring Concert 1,2,3. 

FUCILE, THOMAS (College) Chorus 
1; Science Fair 1, 2. 



GABARDI, MICHAEL (College) Class 
President 3,4; Basketball 1; Base- 
ball (Varsity) 2,3,4; Student Council 
1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Oracle Asst. Edi- 
tor of Business Staff 4; Dance Band 
2,3,4; Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Science 
Fair 1,2,3. 



GARDNER, ELAINE (College) Band 
1,2,3,4. 



HALEY, KATHLEEN (Business) Honor 
Roll 3; Oracle 3,4; Business Manager 
4; Booster Club 1; Key Club 4; 
Science Fair Committee 2. 



HARRIGAN, BETH (Business) Class 
Officer 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Band 
1,2,3,4; Oracle 3,4; Concerts 1,2,3, 
4; S.E.M.S.B.lA. 1,2,3,4; Randy 
Nominee 1,3; All State 1,2,3. 



HART, ' FRANCIS (College) Football 
2,3,4; Captain 4; Bosketboll (Var- 
sity) 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 
1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2. 



JONES, DIANE (Business) F.H.A. 4; 
Bowling 1. 



KAMPNER, ELAINE (Colle9e) 



KEMP, CARL (General) 



KNEELAND, GERALDINE (Business) 



KELLY, ROBERT (College) Key Club 
4. 



KOURAFAS, ALEX (Shop) 



GAYNOR, SHEILA (College) Honor 
Roll 1; Key Club 4; Drill Team 1,2,3, 
4; Auxilium Latinum Award 2,3; 
Spring Festival 1,2; Spring Concert 
1,2,3. 



GELLER, MERYL (College) Oracle 2, 
3, 4; Banner 2,3; Randy Nominee 1; 
Latin Auxilium Award 2; Key Club 3, 
4; Science Fair 2,3; Office Girl 1. 



HATCH, BRUCE (Business) 



HAYWARD, DIANNE (Business) Class 
Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l 
Honor Society 2,3,4; F.H.A. Secre- 
tary 3; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Randy 
Winner 1,2. 



KUPEC, JACQUELINE (College) Hon- 
or Roll 3; Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; 
Banner 3,4; Dramatic Club 3; Field 
Hockey 3. 



LAFRATTA, JAMES (Shop) 



HENDRICKSON, GRACE (Business) LAURICELLA, JOSEPH (College) 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



LEAVITT, MARCIA (Business) 



LEE, HOWARD (Business) 



LENAHAN, WILLIAM (College) 



LEONDIKE, ROSE (Business) 



LEWANDO, CAROL (College) Drill 
Team 2,3,4," Honor Roll 1,2,3; Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 3,4; Historian 4; 
Key Club 4; Randy Nominee 3; 
Science Fair (Honorable Mention) 
1,2,3. 



LOCKWOOD, DAVID (Shop) 



LYTTLE, DIANE (College) Key Club 
4; Future Nurses' Club 4. 



MacLEOD, JOAN (College) Cheer- 
leader 1,2,3,4; Captain 1; Key Club 
3; Miss Oracle Nominee 4; Science 
Fair Committee 3; Office Girl 4. 



MACE, EDWARD (Business) Football 
1,2,3,4. 



MAGUIRE, EDWARD (College) Foot- 
ball 3,4; Baseball 3,4. 



MAHAN, SUSAN (Business) Major- 
ette 2,3,4; Drill Team 1; Concerts 1, 
2,3,4; Twirling Competition 2,3. 



MAHONEY, ROBERT (Shop) Football 
1. 



MALFA, ANGELA (College) Chorus 
1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor 
Society 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; F.T.C. 2, 
3, 4; Vice-President 3,4; Girls' State 
Nominee 3; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; 
Science Fair 2; Latin Auxilium Award 
2,3. 

MALOOF, WILLIAM (Business) Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4. 

MANGANIELLO, ELAINE (Business) 



MILEWSKI, GEORGE (College) 



MOGAN, PAUL (General) 



MONROE, MARTHAJEAN (Business) 
Chorus 3,4; F.H.A. 2,4. 



MURPHY, ANTHONY (Generol) 



MYLLMAKI, CAROL (College) Major- 
ette 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Randy Nomi- 
nee 3; FTC. 2; Key Club 4; Orocle 
Editor 4; Music Festival 1,2; Science 
Fair 1,2. 



MYLLAAAKI, KAREN (College) Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; President 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, 
4; Songleader 3; Chorus 1,2; Dra- 
matic Club 4; School Librarian 2,3, 
4; Key Club 4; Science Fair 1,3; Mu- 
sic Festival 1,2. 



NAIMAN, SUSAN (Business) Chorus 
2,4; Banner 1,2,3,4; Foshion Editor 
2,3; Asst. Fashion Editor 4. 



NELSON, CORA SUE (Business) F.H.A. 
2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 
1; Oracle 3; Randy Nominee 3; Key 
Club 4. 



NORDAHL, FREDERICK (College) 
Football 1,3. 



NORDAHL, VICTOR (Business) Foot- 
ball 1; Honor Roll 3. 



McAULEY, MARILYN (College) Bas- 
ketball 1,3,4; Drill Team 1,2; Banner 
1,2,3,4; Business Manager 3,4; Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 3,4; Vice-President 
4; Key Club 3,4. 



McCUE, JOHN (College) F.T.C. 2,3,4; 
President 2,3,4; Tennis 1; Oracle Sen- 
ior Editor (Photography) 4; Key Club 
4; Honor Roll 2,3; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Dance Committee 3; 
Fashion Show 3. 



McLaughlin, JOAN (Business) 



McPHEE, SANDRA (Business) Chorus 
(Boston School) 1. 



MANN, WARREN (Business) 



MOORE, PAULINE (Business) Banner 
1,2,3,4; Circulation Manager 3,4; 
Dramatic Club 1; Oracle Business 
Staff 3,4; Booster Club 1; Key Club 
3,4. 

MacCAMBLY, SANDRA (Business) 
Cheerleader 3,4. 



MacDONALD, CHARLOTTE (Busi- 
ness) 



MacDONALD, CAROL (Business) Hon- 
or Roll 1; Science Fair 2; Randy 
Nominee 1,3. 



MacDONALD, JEAN (Business) 
Science Fair Committee 2; Softball 
1,2,3,4; School Librarian 3,4; Honor 
Roll 3; Oracle 2,3,4; Banner 2. 



NOTARO, ANN (Business) F.H.A. 3, 
4; Reporter 4. 



O'CONNELL, WILLIAM (Shop) 



O'NEIL, PAUL (College) Junior Dance 
Committee 3; Science Fair 2; Golf 1, 
2; Basketball 2. 



OSBORNE, KENT (College) Band 1,2, 
3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. 



OSTROWSKI, DOLORES (Business) 

Office Girl 1,2. 



PARKER, JEANNE (College) Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3; Softball 
1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; F.T.C. 3,4. 



MANSON, KAREN (Business) Chorus 
1,2; Drill Team 3,4; Booster Club 
1,2; Oracle 2,3,4; Concerts 1,2,3,4; 
Science Fair 2. 



MELIA, ARTHUR (College) Football 
1,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Nat'l Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; 
Honor Roll 1,2,3; Latin Award 3; 
Tennis 1; Banner 3. 



MAGUIRE, ARTHUR (College) Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Baseball Varsity 3,4. 



MacDONALD, WILLIAM R. (Busi- 
ness) Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1; 
Track 1. 



MORAN, GLENDA (Business) Chorus 
1; Oracle 2,3; Dramatic Club 3; Key 
Club 4. 



MUMLER, ILONA (Business) Student 
Council 4; F.H.A. 3; Bond 4; Oracle 
2,3,4; Key Club 4; Science Fair 1; 
Randy Nominee 2; Bowling 1,3. 



PERAKSLIS, ALLEN (Business) Honor 
Roll 1. 



PETERSON, KENNETH (College) Foot- 
ball 1; Track 3. 



POWERS, DAVID (College) 



POWERS, ROBERT (College) Track 
(Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Cross 
Country 2,3,4; Captain 4; Football 1. 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



RACHIN, BARRY (College) Tennis 
1, 2; Chorus 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; 
SEMSBA Band 3; Science Fair 2. 



REILLY, DIANE (Business) Softball 1, 
2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Field Hockey 1. 



SKOGLUND, LARS (College) Tennis 
Varsity 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Randy Winner 
1; Randy Nominee 1;2,3; Auxilium 
Latinum Winner 2,3. 



SMITH, ALICE (Business) 



THOMPSON, ROBERTA E. (Business) 
Honor Roll 3; Oracle 4; Banner 1; 
Randy Nominee 3; Randy Winner 3. 



WALLACE, ROBERT (College) Bas- 
ketball 1,2. 



RICHARDSON, JANICE (Business) 
Key Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2; 
Drill Team 1,2; Oracle 1; Science 
Fair 3; Bowling 3. 



ROSENBERG, RONALD (College) Foot- 
ball 1,3,4; Varsity 3,4; Basketball 
2,3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Captain 3. 



SOLOMON, MICHAEL (College) 



SOPER, ANDREW (General) Honor 
Roll 1. 



STANLEY, PATRICIA (Business) 



WALSH, MAUREEN (College) Chorus 
2; Honor Roll 3; F.H.A. 2; Banner 2, 
3,4; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Future Nurses' 
Club 2,3; Key Club 3,4. 



WARNICK, ELLEN (College) Banner 
3,4; Poetry Award 1,2,3; Science Fair 
Grand Awards 2,3. 



ROWE, NANCY (Business) Booster 
Club 1,2. 



RYAN, JEAN MARIE (Business) 



SAIDEL, DONALD (College) Basket- 
ball 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Auxilium Lati- 
num Award 2; Student Council 2,3, 
4; Vice-President 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; 
National Honor Society 2,3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Banner 2,3,4; Editor-in-Chief 
4; Randy Winner 1,2,3; Science Fair 
1,2; Nat'l Merit Semi-Finalist 4. 



SANDLER, ELLIOT (Business) Band 
1,2,4; Dance Band 1,2,4. 



SARNO, MARK S. (Business) Track 1 . 



SAWCZUCK, JOHN (Business) Bas- 
ketball (Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1, 
2,4; Golf 3,4; Captain 4; Honor Roll 
1,2,3. 



SCIBETTA, LINDA (Business) Honor 
Roll 3; Cheerleader 1; Oracle 4; Miss 
Oracle Candidate 4; Key Club 4. 



SEAVERNS, LOUISE (College) Nat'l 
Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Future Nur- 
ses' Club 3,4; Oracle Booster Club 1 ; 
Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Randy Win- 
ner 1; Latin Auxilium Award 2; Nat'l 
Honor Society 2. 



SHEA, ANN (Business) 



STANLEY, LEWIS (Business) 



ST. GERMAINE, ROBERT (Business) 



STOKES, ALFREDA E. (Business) 
F.H.A. 3,4; Songleader 4; Banner 3, 
4; Exchange Manager 4; Key Club 4; 
Office Girl 4; Spelling Contest Final- 
ist 2,3. 



STROUL, LARAINE (College) Latin 
Auxilium Award 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 
2; Oracle 3,4; Banner 1,2; Key Club 
3,4. 



SWANSON, FREDERICK (College) 
Class President 1,2; Football 1; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Track 
2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Latin Auxilium Award 
1,2,3; Randy Winner 2,3; Boys' State 
Delegate 3; Science Fair 1,2,3. 



TALLAFUSS, MARY (College) Chorus 
1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Oracle 1,2,3,4; Exe- 
cutive Secretary 4; Band 2,3,4; Miss 
Oracle Candidate 4; Girls' State Al- 
ternate 3; Randy Winner 1,2,3; Ran- 
dy Nominee 1,2,3. 



TEED, LOIS (Business) Basketball 2, 
3,4; Science Fair 2; Softball 2; Dra- 
matic Club 4; Honor Roll 2,3; Randy 
Nominee 2,3; Randy Winner 3. 



THAYER, JEAN (College) Chorus 1,2, 
4; Science Fair 2,3; Girls' State Nom- 
inee 3; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Nat'l Honor 
Society 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Music 
Festival 1,2,3; Randy Nominee 1. 



WASSERMAN, BARBARA (College) 



WEINER, ALAN (College) 



WELLS, PHYLLIS (College) Honor 
Roll 1,2,3; Nat'l Honor Society 2,3, 
4; Banner 2,3,4; Associate Editor 4; 
Girls' State Delegate 3; Oracle Booster 
Club 2; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Randy Win- 
ner 3; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Auxi- 
lium Latin Award 2. 



WILDING, FLORENCE L. (Business) 
Oracle Business Staff 2,3; F.H.A. 4. 



WILEY, DIANE (Business) F.H.A. 1, 
2,4. 



YENOFSKY, RICHARD (College) 



ZAPUSTAS, RICHARD (College) Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Varsity 3,4; Captain 4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; 
Oracle Sports Editor 4. 



ZACK, RONALD E. (College) Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



ZIMMERMAN, JOYCE S. (College) 
Chorus 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Oracle Art 
Editor 4; Key Club 3,4; Randy Win- 
ner 2; Randy Nominee 2; Concerts 
2,3,4; Science Fair Committee 2,3, 
4; Fashion Show 3; Banner 1. 



SHEVORY, LOUISE (Business) Science 
Fair Committee 2; Cheerleader 1,4; 
Oracle 4; Key Club 4; Miss Oracle 
Nominee 4. 



TOBIN, PATRICIA J. (Business) Bas- 
ketball 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; F.T.C. 
2; Honor Roll 2,3; Banner 1; Randy 
Nominee 3; Auxilium Lotin Award 3. 



ZIRNGIEBEL, JOAN (Business) Donee 
Band 3,4; SEMSBA 2,3,4; Chorus 1, 
2,3,4; Bond 1,2,3,4; Banner 3,4; 
Music Editor 4; Oracle 3; Randy 
Nominee 1,3; Music Festival 1,2,3,4. 



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The Oracle staff acknowledges with 
gratitude the generous contributions 
of Randolph merchants, professional 
men, restauranteurs, school organizations 
and clubs to the success of this year's 

edition through individual advertisements. 
We are sincerely appreciative and extend 
our best wishes to all for prosperous 
careers in respective enterprises. 



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Our thanks to the underclassmen 



The Editors 




Soupy 


Bob 


Art 


Bill 


Janice 


Susan 


Mary 


Judy 


Kathy 


Pot 


Sandy 


Mike 


Carol 


Karen 


Richie 


John Mc 


Paul 


Joe 


Jean 


Joyce 



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who have backed our activities 




THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



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the school organizations 




The Freshmen 




Best Wishes To A Great Class 
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL KEY CLUB 



Congratulations Seniors 

The Secondary Teachers 
Association 



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for their support. 




Dave Lockwood 
Jim LeFratta 
Alex Kourafas 
Mike Dambrowski 
Mr. Simon 



Bob Mohoney 

Keith David 

Paul Mogan 

Bill O'Connel 

Mr. Terrenzy 



RANDOLPH HIGH 

SCHOOL 

VOCATIONAL SHOP 



Congratulations Seniors 



ORACLE BOOSTER STAFF 



President 

Vice-Pres. 

Sect.-Treas. 



Gail Farring 

Ginny Coates 

Betty Jolkut 



and all the 
members 



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CHEERLEADERS 


DRILL TEAM 


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TRACK TEAM 



Bob Powers 



Paul McGeown 
Nick Zaccardi 
Richard Blotner 
John Concannon 



Fred Swanson 

Jim Hunter 

Steve DIott 

Carl Slotnick 



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clubs who have wished us luck. 



AT YOUR SERVICE 

Mrs. M. J. Vennick 

Mrs. Rose Simmons 
Mrs. Louise Fleming 



ST. BERNADETTES C.Y.O. 





Congratulations 


Class of '63 




Temple Beth 


Am 


Senior & Junior 


U.S.Y. 



Best Wishes To The 
SENIORS 

Pilgrim Fellowship 
First Congregational Church 



Compliments of 



ST. MARY'S C.Y.O. 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '63 

The Baptist Youth 
Fellowship 



Best of Luck 
To The Class of '63 

Randolph Firefighters 

Relief 

Association 



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The staff solute and thank 




DR. WILLIAM SLOAN 



DR. JOHN BERRY 



DR. RUSSELL F. THOMPSON 



DR. JOHN P. NOONAN 



DR. J. P. AMERENA 



DR. DAVID WEINER 



DR. J. STEVEN HAYES 
DR. H. L FULCHINO 



WILLIAM LEAVITT D.M.D. 



D. A. CONCA D.M.D. 



MILTON S. GLASSMAN D.M.D. 



DR. & MRS. JOHN L. HICKEY 



DR. & MRS. SELIG G. ZACE 



DR. & MRS. ANDREW FOLEY 



DR. & MRS. C. FARREL 
GAL LAW AY 



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the Professional men of our town 



DR. AND MRS. J. V. McQUIRK 



DR. and MRS. NORMAN JEPSEY 



DR. ROBERT W. LeLACHEUR 



DIAMOND PHARMACY 

Rexall Drugs 

Fernandes Shopping Center 
936-5958 




WOODLAWN PHARMACY 

1167 N. Main St. 



DR. MARSHALL H. FELDMAN 



DR. & MRS. SAMUEL J. 
WASSERMAN 



DR. BARCE ANIMAL HOSPITAL 



WELCH AND SCHNEIDER 

Attorneys ot Low 

Mennorial Parkway Randolph 



WARREN PHARMACY 

Cor. Main and Warren Sts. 



Paul Boyle Reg. Pharmacist 




MacDONALD'S PHARMACY, 

1070 N. Main St. 




149 



our Businessmen and women 




150 



for the interest they show in our activities 




EXIT 68— ROUTE 128 



Route 37 South 



Telephone 843-2045 



CAREY'S MOTOR 



TRANSPORTATION, INC 

Temple St. 
Whitman, Moss. 



J. E. LYNCH and SON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



"Four Generations of Dependable Service" 

CARTWRIGHT FUNERAL HOME 

410 No. Main St. 

Randolph 

69 So. Franklin St. 

Holbrook 

Directors 

Ralph Cartwright — Ralph Cartwright, Jr. 

Waiter Robert Cartwright 



We take pleasure in serving 

the students of 

Randolph High School 

McCarthy bros. 





SWAN 




One 


Hour Cleaners 


Specialist in Del 


cate 




Fabrics 





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RANDOLPH DRUG CO., INC. 



64 N. /V\Qin St. 



CATHAY CITY 

Chinese and American 

Restaurant 

Orders Put Up To Take Out 

226 N. Main St. 963-0120 

Chester W. Chin, Mgr. 




Compliments 
of 

SCOTTIE'S 

875 Main St. 



LYNWOOD CAFE, INC. 

Cor. South and Center Sts. 
Randolph 

Pizza Our Speciality 



963-9894 



F. Kurlitis, Mgr. 



Greetings to 
The Class of '63 

HILTOP RESTAURANT 

1197 No. Main St. — Randolph 




For your next party take home 
a dozen donuts 





CENTER 


LOUNGE 






of Randolph, 


Inc. 




Pizza 






Entertainment 


333 


Center St. 




963- 


1745 




STAN NY'S 

8:30 A.M. — 12 Midnight 

Sunday 

9 A.M. — 10 P.M. 



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EDGAR B. COLE CO. 

Furniture and Gifts 
Store Hrs. 9 to 9 — Sat. 9-6 



A FRIEND OF '63 





RANDOLPH TV 

& 

APPLIANCES 

Tony and Vin Civita 




ROSS 


CUSTOM PHOTOLAB 




Quality Photo Finishing 




Leave 


Film at Randolph Camera 


Shop 



Compliments of 

F. DIAUTO AND SON 
LUMBER AND FUEL, INC. 



Compliments of 



HURLEY FUNERAL HOME 



15 North Main St. 



Randolph 



CASUAL COVE, INC. 

North Main Street 



B. HORLINK JEWELER 

Diamonds — Watches — Gifts 
105 N. Main St. 963-6030 



GOOD LUCK TO THE 
CLASS OF 1963 

FLATLEY CO. 



SALAMONE'S SHOES 

The oldest store for shoes 

or shoe repair in town. 

963-6353 





ROHLF'S 




"FOR 


THOSE NICER 


FLOWERS" 


407 So. 


Moin St. 


Randolph 



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Best wishes 


to th 
from 


e cl 
the 


ass of 


1963 


MULLIGAN'S 


INC. 




Realtors of 


Randolph 






end 


the 






RANDOLPH 


INS. 


AGENCY, 


INC. 


both located 


next 


door 


to Fei 


•nandes 




It is a pleasure to serve the students, 
graduates and the faculty of Randolph 
High School. 

THE RANDOLPH 
SAVINGS BANK 

Offices: 

North Main Street, Randolph 

15 Pleasant St., Stoughton 



Official Jeweler 



Randolph High School 



SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, lU. 



Boston's Largest Manufacturing Jewelers 



5174 Washington Street 
Boston 32, Massachusetts 



Class Rings 
Class Pins 



FAirview 3-4300 




Dance Favors 


Fraternities 


College Rings 


Jewelry 



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■ 


BOWLARAMA 

"One of Our Best High 
School Memories" 


■^B^H 




^^^H vVPVI^n^Sil 


BBL^jfl 




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DAIRY QUEEN 

392 No. Main St. 

Where you get those 

Delicious Sundoes 



Compliments of 

LOUISE'S STORE 



THE WOODLAWN COFFEE SHOP 

New Owners 
Sheehon and Ferry 



Congratulations Seniors 

GILROY'S KWIK SHOP 



THE 
FLOWER BARN, INC. 

259 Allen St. 



CONRAD'S GROCERY 



144 No. Main St. 



Greetings from 

THE NORTH STREET 
VARIETY STORE 



VENTRE'S DELICATESSEN 

Famous for Our Sandwiches 

Established Since 1941 

963-3520 



Best Wishes From The 

CANDY COVE 

Quality Hand-dipped Chocolates 



RANDOLPH NEWS STORE 



Compliments To The 
Class of '63 

HOWARD COLEMAN 



WEARABLES 

THE LLOYD'S OF RANDOLPH 



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Mi. ^ 


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^ 


^^& 






DALEY CORISTRUCTION mWM 




Robert 


L. Daley 


President 




1 Alden 


Street 


Randolph, 


Moss. 




Congratulations and 
Best Wishes To The 
Class of 1963 

RANDOLPH PACKAGE 
STORE 

42 No. Main "In The Square" 




157 




Good Luck Class of '63 

RALPH C. WILDE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Complete Insurance Protection 



ARTHUR L. DOODY 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

247 So. Main Street 
General Insurance 



Compliments to the Class of '63 from 

JOSEPH MAROTTA CO. 

Real Estate Building Mortgages 



Good Luck to all Groduates 

May they all become 

happy home owners 

KIERNAN REALTY CO. 

1102 No. Main St. 



REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 

NORFOLK HOMES 

963-1000 963-6262 



C. A. FOLEY, INC. 

CONSTRUCTION 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1963 

CHARLES A. POWER & SONS 

Randolph's Oldest Ins. Agency 



Compliments of 

GORMAN MACHINE 
CORPORATION 



158 



M.B.CLAFF & SONS, INC 




506 No. Warren Avenue 



Brockton, Moss. 



159 



Congratulations from 

NU-WAY STEEL AND WELDING 

Certified Welding 

Steel Erecting, Reenforcing, Rigging 
444 Temple St. Whitman, Mass. Neil Smith 



Compliments of 

BURGESS LAWNMOWER SERV. 

300 Union Street 



F. J. CURRAN CO., INC. 

Hardware — Plumbing 
67 No. Main St. Master Reg. 



Congratulations to 
The Seniors 

"BOB" JOPE 

Oil and Burner Service 



JUST A FRIEND 



SHEPPARD- MANNING 

Kitchen Cabinets 

64 Warren St. 963-0234 



RANDOLPH AUTO PARTS 



A. P. WHITAKER & SON 



536 No. Main St. 
963-4639 



RANDOLPH CHILDREN'S SHOP 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1963 



BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS 



OF '63 



SEMENSI FUEL AND OIL COMPANY 



160 




JON HARRI COIFFURES 



86 No. Main St. 



963-9805 



RUTH FRAWLEY 

22 Canton Street 



PENTHOUSE BEAUTY SALON 



Memorial Drive 



Randolph 



See You At 



SAL'S BARBER SHOP 



VINCENT'S 
COUNTRY BARBER SHOP 



Compliments of 



MARSAL'S COIFFURES 



BEST WISHES TO 
CLASS OF '63 

RUSSELL EDWARDS 



FRED'S BARBER SHOP 



Compliments of 

RICHARD'S BEAUTY SALON 

To The Class of '63 



BEST WISHES FROM 

TONY'S BARBER SHOP 




161 



SERVICE WHEN 
YOU NEED IT 




Compliments of 



McLEOD BROS. 



GULF STATION 



ROLAND'S AMOCO SERVICE 



General Repairs 



963-9013 



RANDOLPH SUNOCO 

1150 No. Main St. 963-9886 



G. W. CONDON, INC. 



Fuel Oil 



Heating 



900 No. Main St. 



Randolph 



BEST WISHES 



FROM 



RAY'S OIL COMPANY 



GOOD LUCK '63 

CURHAN CHEVROLET 



Conratulations From 



ELDON B. WILLIS 
WOODLAWN GULF STATION 



WARREN'S TEXACO SERVICE 

1121 No. Main St. 963-9775 



Compliments of 

GULF SERVICE STATION 

Avon, Moss. 
To The Class of '63 




GOOD BROS. 

Your Ford Dealer 




162 



i 



ROBERT'S JEWELRY 

Expert Watch Repairing 

Diamonds — Watches — Gifts 

Fernandes Plaza 



CONRAD'S SUPER MARKET 

1057 No. Main St. No. Randolph 



MURRAY'S 5c to $5.00 
DEPT. STORE 

78 No. Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 

Telephone WOodlawn 3-5130 



Compliments of 

NORTH RANDOLPH CLEANERS 



TAYLOR'S JEWELRY & GIFT 
SHOPPE 

Diamonds — Watches — Rings 
Watch Repairing 963-4710 



A & R CLEANERS 

217 No. Main Street 

and 

THRIFT SHOP 

Sponsored by Trinity Church 



Best Wishes 

DEL COR T.V. 

1177 No. Moin St. 



RANDOLPH FABRIC AND 
YARN SHOP 



81 No. Main St. 



Randolph 



THE WOODLAWN CARD 
AND RECORD SHOP 

Best in Cards and Music 



RAINBOW CLEANERS 

Shirts Laundry — Dry Cleaning 

Same Day Service 

963-9119 



WOODLAWN CLEANERS, INC. 

"For the Finest in Dry Cleaning" 
Some Day Serivce 



AREY BROTHERS 
Builders 



Howard 



963-5813 



Bill 



963-4072 




)63 




y^rt-r"*^-' 



164 



TO OUR PARENTS 



Mr. & Mrs. Hubert F. Gilgon 

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Perakslis 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. MocDonald 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Leavitt 

Mr. & Mrs. Neil Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. James Donnelly 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cristoferi 

Mr. & Mrs. William Stanley 

Mr. & Mrs. John Burke 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Blakely 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Curro 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond W. Deane 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Monroe 

Mr. & Mrs. William Mumler 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wiley 

Mr. Gordon Wilding 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Reilly 

Mr. & Mrs. Sigmund Ostrowski 

Mr. & Mrs. LaFratta 

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Mogan 

Mrs. Florence Hartley 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Richardson 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Peterson 

Mr. & Mrs. Gus Parker 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Osborne 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul O'Neil 

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Notaro 

Mr. & Mrs. Richord Murphy 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Myllmaki 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Naimon 

Mr. & Mrs. Oliver Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. Emery Norda.il 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Moron 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo E. Moore 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Milewski 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Melia 

Mr. & Mrs. George Mann 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Manson 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. McCambly 
Mr. & Mrs. L. A. McCue 
Mrs. Francis G. MocDonald 
Mr. & Mrs. David Powers 
Mr. & Mrs. Karl Skoglund 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Seaverns 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Zimmerman 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Thompson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Teed 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Tallafuss 
Mr. & Mrs. Guy Scibetta 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Thayer 
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Saidel 
Mrs. Pearl Shevory 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Wallace 




Mr. & Mrs. John P. Walsh 
Mr. & Mrs. Horold Shea 
Mr. & Mrs. Horry Soper 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Kemp 
Mr. & Mrs. Armand Sorno 
Mr. & Mrs. Angus R. McDonald 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel W. Wornick 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Swonson 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll St. Germain 
Mr. & Mrs. Morton Zack 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Anthony Laur/cella 
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis C. Cottle 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Adams 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Benson 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Campbell 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Balewicx 
Mr. & Mrs. John Antonino 
Mr. & Mrs. George C. Beotty 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Clements 
Mr. & Mrs. Ideole Casogronde 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Coughlan 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Canavan 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Colarusso 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Curtis 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chase 
Mr. & Mrs. Gino Danieli 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Austin 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Fishmon 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Greenberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Favreau 
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney T. Geller 
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Fox 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Fucile 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Fraser 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Tierney 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur F. Franke 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fleming, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Goldman 

Mr. & Mrs. George S, Drummey, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Fitzpatrick 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred W. Gardner, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Myron Hoyword, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. George Ayers 

Mr. Felice Gabordi 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Goodman 

Mr. & Mrs. Roland E. Gilbert 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Goynor 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Farrell 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gillis 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Haley 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Fraser 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Fohey 



Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Dolon 

Mrs. John Harrigon 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Goldberg 

Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Goodman 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Zirngiebel 

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Mahoney 

Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Lockwood 

Mr. & Mrs. Dombrowski 

Mr. & Mrs. William O'Connell 

Mrs. Elaine M. David 

Mrs. Leonard Yenofsky 

Dr. & Mrs. Samuel Wasserman 

Mr. & Mrs. Ellsworth Wells 

Mr. & Mrs. John Rowe 

Mr. & Mrs. Townsend Stokes 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Weiner 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zapustas 

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Brennon 

Mr. & Mrs. Oliver H. Hernandez 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. Kneelond 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Jacobson 

Mr. & Mrs. Corlyle D. Hooglan 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Hendrickson 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Molfa 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hutton 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander MocDonald 

Mrs. Daisy E. Hull 

Mrs. Eleanor McLeod 

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Monganiello 

Mr. & Mrs. John Leondike 

Mr. & Mrs. William G. Mace 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hill 

Mr. & Mrs. Cyril Kupec 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kelley 

Mrs. Lorraine Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. William Crowley 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Lenohon 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lewondo 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Kampner 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Mahon 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward R. Hoffman 

Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse Gionnini 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Finkel 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Stroul 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy A. Conrad 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Davison 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving M. Cohen 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert E. Blonchord 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Dolon 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Cutting 

Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Colish 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Connors 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. Bedord 

Mr. & Mrs. George A. McPhee 



165 



. . . LOYAL BOOSTERS 



William Ebbs '52 

Ruth Lyon '62 

Freddy Fall 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Arnao 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Buttiglieri 

Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Foley 

Elaine Arnao '60 

Theresa Grieco '60 

Harry Privette 

Lois Dockendorff '61 

Joel M. Cohen '59 

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Fox 

Donald Clopp '60 

Donna Dolan '62 

Merle Lee Braveman '62 

Toby Lynne Schwartz '62 

Doug Reilly 

Dorothy Dolan 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gorham 

Joseph Komich '61 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gavin 

Miss Winnifred M. Brennan, 

Senior Class Advisor 
Mr. & Mrs. Williom J. Casey 
Joseph McPhee '62 
Neil Kirkegard, Jr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Deane 
Peter McGroth '62 
Barry Needham '62 
Roy Conrad '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Mayo 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hall 
Nancy Fishman 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray McCarron 
Richard Gorham '59 
Mrs. Elizabeth Condon Tierney 
Dr. S. Harry Nevins 
Pot Wallace '60 
Gail Valente Daniel '60 
Sal Scibetta 
Lou Scibetta '59 
George Traynor '62 
Thomas Stevenson '61 
Mr. & Mrs. F. R. Gabardi, Jr. 
Steve Stone '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Vaughn 
The Penny Family 
Mrs. Marjorie Whynot Ellis 
Elaine Kurlitsis '64 
Mrs. Timothy J. Kelliher 
Dorothy W. Sullivan 
Mr. & Mrs. Ideale Casagrande 
Roberta Knights '60 
Mrs. Merrill R. Coombs 
Neil Condlin '59 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin ApromoMo 
Mr. & Mrs. Grace 
Miss Eleanor Kelley 
Peter Harrigan '60 
Mr. Edward Moyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Gus Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Connolly 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Cammarata 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Cerrato 
Hutch '60 
Gole Rent '60 
Arthur Holbrook '59 
Franklin S. Cohen '57 
Gene D. Cohen '62 
Robert Clapp '61 
Sandra Cummitch '62 



Alfred M. Holbrook, Jr. '57 

Sally Perlman '62 

Miss Dorothy Miner 

Mr. & Mrs. Horry Dolan 

Mr. & Mrs. George Gorham 

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Griffin 

Michael J. Brennan '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy Gavin 

Miss Isabelle Bennett 

Beverly Boynton '62 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Wallace 

Mr. & Mrs. James C. Sadler 

Rick Mohan '62 

Helen leondike '62 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Needham 

Ellen Francis '60 

Mr. James W. Hartley 

Mr. & Mrs. Horry Baker 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Thompson 

Norman Johnson, Custodian 

Ted Abbett '60 

Robert E. Tierney '49 

Mrs. Patricia Mormon 

David Comros 

A! Scibetta 

Madeline Benson '60 

Poppy Vandiserello 

Catherine Friedland '62 

Kathy Gallagher '61 

Robert Gabardi '62 

Al's Superette 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Oborsky 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Anderson 

Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin L. Bowserlukanaloro 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Flynn 

Eunice Kelliher '65 

Mr. & Mrs. Abe Bornstein 

Mr. & Mrs. George Drummey 

Mrs. Ralph Condlin 

Mrs. Richard Warner '49 

Mr. & Mrs. James Leighton 

Mr. & Mrs. Tagrin 

Alemac Inc. 

Miss Marion Diemond 

Mr. & Mrs. Reyes 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Mulkerin 

Danny MocLellon '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Powers 

Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Richard 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Mohoney 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. McPhee 

Mr. Joseph Zopustos 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Flynn '59 

Lee Burns '62 

Philip Ferguson '61 

Mrs. Lillian Jeffery 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving M. Cohen 

Miss Marguerite O'Neil 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Burke 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Condlin 

Mrs. John J. Rose 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseoh C. Kelleher 

David Quimby '62 

Bob Gaffney, Randolph Pol'ce 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence R. Roode 

Mr. & Mrs. Domenic Lerro 

Mrs. Frank Morsicano 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseoh Joughin 

Claire D^bbern '64 

Mr. William H. B!a<-kden 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy F. Cederholm 



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. . . AND ALUMNI-THANKS 



Mr. & Mrs. L. Rodd 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Hardy 

Jean Meyers 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Reid 

Buff Jones-Henry '60 

Mary Ann Gillis '62 

Blanche Purvee '60 

Marc L. Hoffman '61 

Jean M. Whitston '61 

Marcia Reynolds '57 

Charlie Snow, Jr. '57 

Joe LaBlanc '59 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Hurley 

Nancy J. Ams '56 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Saunders Jr. 

Mr. &Mrs. James C. Sadler 

Gerald Dibbern '61 

Paul DeFeo '59 

Mr. & Mrs. James Riddle 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Driscoll 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Groziaro 

Mr. & Mrs. James Tontillo 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Cote 

Mr. & Mrs. MiUon L. Chapman 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gray 

Mr. & Mrs. William Card 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert L. Phelan 

Mr. & Mrs. William Franklin 

Miss Kathy Sullivan '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul O'Neil 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. Ruddick 

Judy Wotmough '59 

Elaine Willis '61 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Kelley 

Miss Marguerite Crawley 

Mr. Cyril Powderly 

Mr. John Rinaldi 

Margaret A. McPhee '62 

Marie McPhee '65 

Mr. George Crimmins 

Johanne Sieger '60 

Mr. Harlan Jeffery 

Mr. & Mrs. David Casper 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Tierney 

Mr. & Mrs. Abraham E. Maloof 

Mr. & Mrs. C. F. Vaughon 

Mr. John Papa 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Mognussen 

Judy Young '61 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick B. Merrick '60 

MoryLou Pignotelli '60 

Mrs. Richard Hennessey 

Mrs. Vernon Ebbs 

Donna McNeil '64 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Conneli 

Ann Jablonski '58 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Pounce 

Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Fidrocki 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Morissey 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Neory 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Quimby, Jr. 

Bob Maker '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Jones-Henry 

Janice Elliott '61 

E. T. Mognussen '49 

Paul Peraksits '59 

Shirley Wilson '60 

Joanne Roberson '61 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Nazzaro 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Faring 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Burke 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Manderville 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Dibbern 



Mr. and Mrs. Alton F. LeBreque 

Fred DeFeo '62 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Budro 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Newell 

Mr. & Mrs. John Ellis 

Mr. & Mrs. Kelley and Family 

Billy, Steve, & Mark Schieb 

Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Hammond 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Joseph Davin 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Belgord 

Elaine Rintone '62 

Randolph Heating Service 

Charles MacLeod 

Nancy Sprowes '59 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Diemer 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DeAndreade 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Foyne 

Mr. & Mrs. William Popouleas 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. De Coste 

Dr. & Mrs. Paul Runge 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Hanna 

The Kaplan Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Lester Lamport 

Mr. & Mrs. George Collins 

Mr. & Mrs. George S. Komich 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Kulitis 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl McLaughlin 

Mrs. J. Norris 

Mrs. Keppler 

Linda Lerro '64 

Mrs. Alice Quimby 

Alice Quimby '64 

Mr. & Mrs. James Quimby 

Patricio Roode '64 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Shobo 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Murphy 

Mrs. Daniel Elliot 

Mr. & Mrs. William Elsemiller, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Shea 

Richard Jolkut '62 

Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Murphy 

Lois E. Murphy 

Donald E. Murhpy 

Mrs. Elizabeth J. Sheehan 

Nancy A. Coyne 

Mrs. Theresa Harrington 

Miss Mary O'Brien 

Mr. & Mrs. James Jimoulis 

Mr. & Mrs. William Holbrook 

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Welch 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Middleton 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry DuPont 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Winston 

Mr. & Mrs. James Cox 

Mr. & Mrs. George Zirngiebel 

Mr. Robert A. Wilcox, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse Skirmont 

Mr. & Mrs. William Medoiros 

John Pinotto 

Mrs. Mary Savina 

Mr. Alfred Quimby, Jr. 

Mr. Paul Quimby 

Miss Barbara Blanchard 

Mrs. Ann Hoefo 

Barbara Guion '62 

Peggy McNeil '62 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Arochesky 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pennington 

Elizabeth Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. William Elsemiller, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Blye 

Miss Jean Murphy 



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Our New Liftle Sister 




ROSALIA ZITO 



Contributions from all the members of R.H.S., 
this year, made possible the 'adoption', under the 
FOSTER PARENT PLAN, of a young Italian girl, 
seven years of age. 

This is Rosalia, whose family has come to know 
bitter privation ever since her father met a tragic 
death. He was a foreman in a workyard. He was 
killed in 1961, by a man of deranged mind and for 
no apparent reason. There was a small settlement, 
but this sum was owing to his employer, and in 
consequence, the widow was left penniless. Ulti- 
mately she was granted a pension and this amounts 
to 74c a day. There is no other living than this, 
and she has five children 

Her fragile mother is very ill with a chronic 
kidney infection, and cannot work, to afford the 
medical care and nourishing food she needs. After 



her husband's death, Rosalia's mother accepted her 
own sister's offer of shelter for herself and the 
half-orphans. The sister has a husband and three 
children, and their neat, though poor, three room 
home has become congested and nervewracking. 

Rosalia is a pretty and solemn little girl, with 
great, dark eyes and curly, dark hair, with glints 
in it. Her skin is olive, but sallow from mulnutri- 
tion. She is plump from the kind of food she does 
eat, but not well nourished. She likes to go *o 
school, where she is in the first grade, and she has 
found this a whole new world. She insists that she 
is going to be a teacher. Meanwhile she is a little 
girl, who in spite of her privation and want, finds 
her own little pleasures in the world around her 
. . with a child's gift for happiness in very little. 

The student body at R.H.5. has lost it's heart to 
it's charming 'little sister'. 



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